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Message from the King
by Prince Far I



- Prince Far I:
Jah guide I going out, and protect-I coming in,
Hear what my good brother Culture got to say.
Black, black, reggae, you know.

- Culture:
Black reggae music, is a message from the king.
Black reggae music, is a message from the king.
Here comes Prince Far I to deliver.

- Prince Far I (Culture):
His foundation is in the holy mountains,
The Lord loveth the gates of Zion,
More than the dwelling-places of Jacob, (nuh true.. Rastafari)
Black, black, reggae music, you know.

The heavens declare the glory of God,
And the firmament sheweth who designed the world,
Night unto night uttereth speech,
There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard. (Lord! Zion-Zion!)
Black, black, reggae, reggae music, you know.

- Culture:
Black reggae music, is a message from the king. (here what I say)
The black reggae music, is a message from the king. (Rastaman a chant it out)

- Prince Far I (Culture):
'Cause his foundation is in the holy mountains,
The Lord loveth the gates of Zion,
More than the dwelling-places of Jacob, (say so, Rasta!)
Behold, you know..
Black, black, reggae, reggae music, you know.

- Culture:
Black reggae music, is a message from the king, (hmm-hmm)
Black reggae music, is a message from the king.

- Prince Far I (Culture):
Somebody run but not, Jah-Bible I believe,
I said, somebody run but not, Jah-Bible I believe.
Tell you, said, a black reggae music,
Tell you, said, a black reggae music. (black time, yes)
Said, a-black a-black.
Black is beauty, you know. (ta-da-dum)

- Culture:
Black reggae music, is a message from the king, (hear)
The black reggae music, is a message from the king. (you hear it played today)

- Prince Far I:
I know them missed the Black Star-Liners must come I-ah,
I mean they must find them, that must come, you know,
Black reggae music, you know.

- Prince Far I (Culture):
Let God arise, and let his enemies be scattered (no, and not tomorrow!)
Let them also that hate him flee before him,
As wax melteth before the furnace of fire.
(Lightning and earthquake) And that's I desire! I-ah!

- Culture:
Black reggae music, is a message from the king. (hear)
Black reggae music, is a message from the king..
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Lyrics submitted by german armando.