Back to My Roots Lyrics - Lucky Dube

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I went to a party the other night
They said it's gonna be right there
But when we were at the party
I was disappointed
All we could hear there was their crackadoo
All we could hear there was their
Shoo-bee doobee
And the music they played there
Was not good for a rasta man
Was not good for any jah man... and now


Chorus: (x3)
I'm going back to my roots yeah, yeah
Reggae music is all that I need

(x3)
Reggae is mine reggae is mine yeah, yeah
Reggae is mine reggae is mine yeah, yeah
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Reggae is mine yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah

Chorus: (x2)
I'm going back to my roots yeah, yeah
Reggae music is all that I need






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LUCK DUBE IS THE FIRST LEGENDARY OF RAGGAE MUSIC IN AFRICA. | Reviewer: karoli mmari | 5/13/14

since i was a little boy i used to listening luck`s raggae music
and my father also used to be luck`s fans.the luck`s music passes
the massage through over the world insisting 1.freedom of black man 2.education to all 3.to abolish segregation 4.fight for street
children and so many things.HE HAS GONE BACK TO HIS ROOTS(to the soil) where every man shall go back.love u luck one day we will see each other.GOD BLESS HIM

ms | Reviewer: agreement | 4/27/14

i really loving dis song'back to my roots'oohh all i remember is my roots nd i love dis man even though he's dead i still love him nd day by day i listen his music coz i love it as i love him.ohhhhhhh may god bless u lucky dube

back to my roots | Reviewer: jahman | 4/16/14

I love lucky dube since I was a little boy growing in kenya where his music was and still number one roots reggae, all the music aje played is rich with positive teachings and entertainment. Easts never dies I believe he is resting in zion singing for Jah.

BACK TO MY ROOTS | Reviewer: MUHUNGI GRACE KASEREKA | 12/29/13

WE ARE WEPPING THE DEATH OF OUR RASTAN LUCKY DUBE, THE ONLY ONE WHO COULD MAKE CHANGE THE BEHEVIER OF SAME COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. ALL THAT WE ARE HEARING IN SANGS OF MUSICIANS ARE NO SENSE ET ANY EDUCATION IN CONTENTS. THE ONLY THING THEY SING IS LOVE AND MONEY AS BROTHERS SAID. WHEN I HEAR LUCKY'S SONG, I WEEP AND I REMEMBER ALL SAID IN SANG. LET HIS SAUL REST IN PEACE THERE HE IS

BACK TO MY ROOT | Reviewer: THEODORE EMMANUEL | 10/26/13

THE RASTA-MAN WAS DISAPPOINTED WHEN HE GOT TO THE PARTY THAT NIGHT BEING TOLD THAT IT WAS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT.EVEN TODAY,THE KIND OF MUSIC THE MUSICIANS ARE DOING,IS TOTAL DISAPPOINTMENT. THEY MEAN NOTHING IN THEIR SONGS IN THIS 2IST CENTURY.THEY ARE JUST MAKING NOISE.NOTHING TO LEARN FROM THEIR SONGS.NO PHILOSOPHY BEHIND THEIR SONGS...ALL WE COULD HEAR TODAY IN THEIR SONGS IS"LOVE-LOVE AND MONEY-MONEY" WHICH IS COMPARABLE TO "THE SHOO BEE DOO BEE AND CRAKADOO" OF LUCKY DUBE'S TIME.THAT IS WHY HE HAS GONE "BACK TO HIS ROOT"MUSICIANS,GO BACK TO THE ROOT,SHOW US AFRICAN CULTURE IN YOUR SONGS,NOT ONLY THAT,LET YOUR SONGS MAKE GOOD SENSE TO US AS LUCKY DUDE DID.EVEN THOUGH HE IS NO MORE TODAY,HIS SONGS ARE STILL SPEAKING ON HIS BEHALF.THANK YOU RASTA-MAN!

I&i is everliving everfaithful and eversure, lucky dube will remain being a hero and king of reggae | Reviewer: Themba Mkhavele | 10/17/13

Da man really played kind of musik i ever loved from buttom of ma heart, his music was enjoyable and also tought sum lessons, song like prisoner, teaches a lot mo especialy to young ppl provided dat we should c education as a real key of one's destination,success and improvement. May da assassint be fogiven for not knowing what dey've done. May luck's soul rest in peace

my pain on lucky dube | Reviewer: francis | 8/16/13

wen i heared d dealth of lucky dube i'm confused cos he is my best artist throuth d word, i'm just using one of his song name i' m going back 2 my root 4 remembrance every yr, may his soul rest in perfect peace, nd god will judge who killed him

De flabagested death of our king of reggae.(LUCKY DUBE).One Luv. | Reviewer: Prince Wizdom | 7/30/13

Wit a broken heart,I dere by lament,dat it pains me alot wen i heard dat our king of reggae(LUCKY DUBE)Iz no more in xitence.wat a pity.De man dat i much enjoy de rythems nd tunes of hiz song.more xpecialy Together as one,wich entels dat no mata any tin we shuld luv one anoda nd we shuld stop discriminatioo.weda u ar black,white,coloured,indian or wat eva we ought 2 be togeda as one luv,heart nd destiny.death u ar very wicked bt i pray dat does ppl dat kild Lucky dube,JAH wil neva alawor dem go unpurnish nd de gentle soul of our HEROE rest in de bossom of Jah til we meet again.Amen.Reggae iz mine 4 eva.

Prisoner | Reviewer: Francis Afrojizzo Ndasowa | 7/22/13

I love Lucky dube n i'll still loving till those who murdered him get judged,he reminds me of my grandmothers n fathers even dad who passed away when i was young out of his song "prisoner"...may his soul rest in a perfectly peace n his soul should respect the souls of those who went before him!

WHAT I FELT WHEN I HEARD THE NEWS | Reviewer: Fred Chisanga | 5/15/13

When i first heard de news that lucky dube has been shot i could'nt blve it, i felt so bad bcause he was my favourite artist in reggea music,he was a man who used 2 sing wat de world is goin through, together as one is one of my favourite song, lucky dube was a father 2 all reggea artist nd listeners de sound of his voice will 4eva be in my heart ,may his soul rest in peace deary missed.

GREATE LUCKY DUBE the man the music lives | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/26/13

I'm LORD LUGARD by name, a good NIGERIAN:I forever luving u LUCKY DUBE as forever luving Jah! This Hero called Lucky Dube is my musical father who taugth me music in South Africa when I was his loyal and inspirational guy amongst his crew before the death came up. This led to my first album released in South Africa tittled SAVE THE W0RLD in 2009. Well Jah knows why it happened that way and may his soul REST in the BOSSOM of the LORD forever and ever AMEN.

ONE IN A MILLION | Reviewer: michael mark | 6/3/12

lucky was a man in a million,very rare to found in generations, though u are not with us physically but ur spirit and good work lives on;we miss u so much,u will 4eva lives on in our heart..........we love u !!! may ur gentle soul rest in perfect peace

I thought Dube was mine | Reviewer: Danny Kurupani | 11/24/11

Though i'm not an african, i am still da same colored skin to those like Africans. The only music ever heard too long and the singer heard of by everyone was Lucky Dube, and i thought he was from where i come from, and took him as one of my senior local artists. Papua New Guinea across the Pacific is a long way away from Dube's origin but the love of his music has made me to be one of his, his origin. Dube is part of my blood and as long as i breath, he reigns. I love you my brother.

KING OF RAGGAE | Reviewer: EDUADO DOSANJO OSANJO | 5/6/11

Dem say Dube is diead but we hazer raz we do belive dat rastermaner never die becoz hiz de only one man in Jah creation.
I for sea sumbadi gonna resemble him soon and dat pasoner izer from est afrique.

JAH LIVE! JAH CHILDREN LIVE TOO! | Reviewer: xavery kapinga | 1/11/11

I KNOW THAT even if he is no alive today but his soul,prophetic words and seeds he planted all are still alive and they will not die till the end of this crezy world! truely from my heart iloved LUCK DUBE and iwas wishing to sing atleast one song with him he influenced me alot to sing reggea music,he was my life modal i will mourn for him forever!he changed my views on racial issues and beleaves to JAH


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