"In the Light" as written by and Hinds....
Listen to me carefully:
When I was a little child
I used to think Israel was in the sky
When I was a little child

I used to think Egypt was in the sky
According to the teacher
That I learned in school
Oh how they used to teach I

To turn a fool
But now:
I'm in the light I'm in the light
And its shining bright

I'm in the light I'm in the light
And its shining bright
When I was a little child
They used to say rastaman is no good

I know I used to run from him away
He walked down the street
But let me tell you people
It's the man who tell the truth

Come in the light come in the light
'Cause its shining bright
Come in the light come in the light
Come on you

When I was a little child
I didn't know my culture
When I was a little child
I didn't know my foreparents were from Africa

All the things they used to teach I
Was about England, Canada and America
But now
I'm in the light I'm in the light
And its shining bright

Come in the light come in the light
Come on you
When I was a little child
I didn't know my culture

When I was a little child
I didn't know my foreparents were from Africa
All the things they used to teach I
Was about England Canada and America

But now
I'm in Jah light I'm in Jah light
And its shining bright
Come in Jah light come in Jah light

Come on you
Come in Jah light come in Jah light
Come on you
I'm in the light I'm in Jah light

And its shining bright


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