War and Crime Lyrics - Lucky Dube

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Every where in the world
People are fighting for freedom
Nobody knows what is right
Nobody knows what is wrong
The black man say it' s the white man
The white man say it' s the black man
Indians say it' s the coloureds
Coloureds say it' s everyone
Your mother didn' t tell you the truth
Cause my father didn' t tell me the truth
Nobody knows what is wrong
And what is right
How long is this gonna last
Cause we' ve come so far so fast

When it started, you and I were not there so
Why don' t we
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Bury down apartheid
Fight down war and crime
Racial discrimination
Tribal discrimination

You and I were not there when it started
We don' t know where it' s coming from
And where it' s going
So why don' t we

I' m not saying this
Because I' m a coward
But I' m thinking of the lives
That we lose everytime we fight
Killing innocent people
Women and children yeah
Who doesn' t know about the government
Who doesn' t know about the wars going on
Your mother didn' t tell you the truth
Cause my father did not tell me the truth

Black man say it' s the white man
White man say it' s the black man
Indians say it' s the coloureds
Coloureds say it' s everyone

When it started we were not there
We know where we come from
But we don' t know where we' re going
So why don' t we

Bury down apartheid
Fight down war and crime
Racial discrimination
Tribal discrimination

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war and crime | Reviewer: Edem | 9/14/14

Ur name will forever be remembered for ur good deeds, ur songs, teach de world, fugitive and others will always rekindle my spirit. May u rest in perfect peace.

Jah bless | Reviewer: Divine | 8/14/14

It saddens me anytime I remember that this great reggae musician has left us.Jah bless your soul Lucky Dube. You will forever be remembered. Even though we won't get the opportunity to listen to your new songs but we will continue listening to the sensible words you have put together as music till we also die.Jah bless

war and crime | Reviewer: rastaman frm nigeria[abbey] | 7/8/14

A big respect to luck dube jah bless his soul!is a big lost to we reggea lover,for ever in my mind,reggae music bring light in to my life and am happy to be part of reggea music!!luck dube die but remmber that rasta never die ,jah live!!!!onelove man

no truth in this world | Reviewer: Matege | 4/5/14

I wish theres some thing i can do to that killer who put the breats in Lucky Dube's body;man,its apill i can't swallow i continue to suffer that pain. L.D is my star. I Miss U Lucky Dube because without u the game of regge is boring ever since u left papa.

jus to thank. | Reviewer: Mathias Dindane | 4/13/13

we, listeners we miss some words to congratulate all these great reggae pioneers.From Bob Marley ,Lucky Dube,Alpha Blondy,Tiken Jah,Eric Donalson and those we have no been able to quote their names,we are jus grateful to them.we wish they continued drawing the world's awareness.May those who have already left our world res i peace.

my gratefulness | Reviewer: konde cedrick | 4/24/10

this is my gratefulnesss to our forever paramount reggae musicians: bob marley; lucky dube; alpha blondi...
i will always feed my soul whenever i listen to your songs. the air, the sun, the moon, the earth, the water are really decieved to notice such emptiness of freedom all over the world. i notice it too. sorrowful...

samoo | Reviewer: David Samuel | 5/11/09

in fact lucky dube is my best artist so far even now that my master is dead i still love his music mothern any other musicial and i thing there is no any musician in this world that will sing what lucky dube have sing and the impact he has made in my life. regea forever.

words of wisdom | Reviewer: Joseph | 12/15/07

Man, this song is one for the songs book. I sing it all the time and the lyrics are powerful. It is a sad thing for a brethren who talked so often about the struggle and about peace to be cut down so senselessly. Lucky Dube lives, Rasta Lives

R.I.P | Reviewer: Johan | 12/10/07

war and crime is one of the best reggae songs ever made, it truly breaks my heart when i think of what happened to Lucky...no more will he bless us with his music and this is sad not only for me but for every single one in this world...

war and crime | Reviewer: Emmanuel | 8/28/07

Infact LUCKY DUBE my best ragge man and his sons mean so much to me.Right now what i want is, LUCKY DUBEs drumer Slydomber and the bass Guitarlist contact.Please it is very important to me. By the this is my contact number and email. Phone:233 245 026 458 Email Emmanuelnapor@yahoo.com Thank you.

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