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Do you, do you remember those days of slavery?
It wasn't black man alone, who died through bravery
'Though some a dem threw dem self over board
Because dis ya slaveship overload

It wasn't black man alone, that really really suffer as slaves
But we suffer the hardest way until today

Some a dem commit suicide
And through disease we caught some a dem died
De whole world a cry, dem a cry, dem a cry, dem a cry

Do you, do you remember those days of slavery?
through crooked rocks, dangerous ocean
In ya dis ya civilisation

Me said-a do you, do you really remember
When it was the day of slavery?
Chiney man, Indian, white man died through bravery
But as black man we suffer as slave
The hardest way until today
But a-so dey say, but a-so, but a-so dey say

Written by WILLIS, ALLEE / MCKAY, ALBERT PHILLIP / WHITE, MAURICE
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, EMI Music Publishing

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