"Should I" as written by and Winston Godfrey Rodney....
Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I go, should I go, should I go
Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I go, should I go, should I go

World leaders, world leaders, what about South Africa?
What about Ethiopia?
World leaders, world leaders, what about South Africa?
What about Ethiopia?

Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I go, should I go, should I go
Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I go, should I go, should I go

Marcus Garvey say, we declare to the world
Africa must be free
Martin Luther King say, he had a dream

Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I go, should I go, should I go
Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I go, should I go, should I go

Should I, should I, should I
Should I, should I, should I

Pain in my knees
Pain I all over
Pain in my knees
Pain I all over

Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally
Should I, should I, should I
Should I go, should I go, should I go, should I
Should I go, should I, should I go

Pain in my knees
Pain I all over
Pain in my knees
Pain I all over

Should I go, should I, should I go
Go on my knees, should I, should I
Should I go on my knees, should I, should I
Should I go, should I

Should I go on my knees and plea to you
To free my people universally


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"Should I" as written by Winston Godfrey Rodney

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