"Never Get Weary Yet" as written by and Frederick Hibbert....
I was down in the valley for a very long time
and I never get weary yet
I was down in the valley for a very long time
and I never get weary yet
I was born and raised in a little old shack with my poor family
I was born and raised in a little old shack with my poor family,
with my poor family...

[Chorus]
I was born before Christopher Columbus, yeah
And I was born before the Arawak Indians
(Trying) creation, before this Nation
I always remember, I can't forget.. wowowow

I was walking on the shore when they took me on the ship
and they throw me overboard
and I swung right out of the belly of the whale
and I never get weary yet
They put me in jail and I did not do no wrong
and I never get weary yet
Say they put me in jail and I didn't get no bail
and I never get weary yet,
never get weary yet...

[Chorus]


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"Never Get Weary Yet" as written by Frederick Hibbert

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