"Calling out to Jah" as written by Jepther Mcclymont, Apache Indian and Sunset....
I know a place where we can go
And I know a place to be free
And I know a place where we can go
Let's unite and live in love and intiy

Calling out to Jah
Calling out to the highest father
Calling out to Jah
To mek every man come live together

In this world of uncertainty
All we've got is you and me
There's no need for hostility
Let's unite and live in love and intiy

Say, brothers and sisters
No matter what denomination
No matter the class or the creed
And no matter your nation

It's one God, one aim, one destiny
One universe, oh, can't you see
Come along let's unite
Let's unite and live in love and intiy

Calling out to Jah
Calling out to the highest father
Calling out to Jah
To mek every man come live together

Say whether African or whether Indian
Remember Rastafari say the whole of we are one
Say whether you be black or white or whether your be brown
Say I and I come me come here so fe mek you settle down

With the love ina me heart
And the voice from a me thought
With the words from me mouth
Hear the Rastafari shout

Me say Peace and Love
Come mek we spread it about
Me no wan no hear no war from east
West down to south

East and west uno better come together gather
Remember say the whole of we a brother, brother, brother
Easy Luciano from you are the messenger
The two of we together have fe set the order

Calling out to Jah
Calling out to the highest father
Calling out to Jah
To mek every man come live together

I know a place where we can go
And I know a place to be free
And I know a place where we can go
Let's unite and live in love and unity



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"Calling out to Jah" as written by Jepther Mcclymont Apache Indian

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