I was just looking for the lyrics to this song, but they’re not online. I always do this and I should just give up, because I already know that Black Uhuru fans don’t have internet-literacy for some reason (um, because they’re old?) and almost none of their lyrics are available. Kind of a bummer, because Black Uhuru always has a great message to impart. The only problem is I don’t always catch the entirety of it, because accents. Enunciation is just not highly prized in the music world, I guess. Still, you can get the gist of Black Uhuru’s message easily enough; peace, love, justice, liberty, solidarity, good sinsemilla. And that’s just from the song titles. Also, they are very much one of those bands whose music is easy to enjoy even if you don’t speak a word of English, or you can enjoy it so much that whatever the words are doesn’t even matter.