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One Stone
by Culture



Hold not Thy peace, oh God of my salvation,
Because the mouth of the wicked and the deceitful is open.
Eh-eh...
Come with I!

Rastaman throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.
Natty man throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.

Only when man like Marcus Garvey speak,
Wicked men would ah hear. (hear nuh hear)
Instead of that they only sit aside and rob and cheat,
And oppress the poor. (mi God, what a sin thing!)

Nyabinghi throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.
Binghiman throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.

If Rasta make a progressive move,
Wicked men a red-eye. (eh-eh)
All they want to see,
The days when they can send out Rasta.
Can't send I out, I send out Babylon!

Binghiman throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.
Binghiman throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.

Things change, the table is turned!
And you'll have to live, and live and learn!

President Mandela was in prison,
For twenty add years. (eh-eh)
And he leave from the prison,
And take the seat of the president. (stoned one)

Binghiman, we throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling inna Africa.
Binghiman, we throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling inna European land.

He have eyes to see, let them see,
He who have ears to hear, let them hear;
What the prophet of the land say. (listen)

Truthful one throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.
The truthful one, them throw one stone,
And it bring a bad feeling to all wicked men.
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Lyrics submitted by Aisha Immabu.

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