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Third World — Tribal War
Album: 96° In The Shade
Avg rating:
5.9

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Total ratings: 553









Released: 1977
Length: 3:37
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Never, never have no tribal war!
Never, never have no tribal war!
Never, never have no tribal war!
Never, never have no tribal war!

Bongo nyah and Jah Hezikiah always live in peace and love.
Told I as a youth about the way it used to be,
In the land of love, say.

Tribal war..
We never have it, in I fatherland.
Tribal war..
No bother follow, follow Babylon.

Tribal war..
We never have it, in I fatherland.
Tribal war..
No bother follow, follow Babylon.

Never, never have no tribal war!
Never, never have no tribal war!
Never, never have no tribal war!
Never, never have no tribal war!

No follow, no follow, no follow, no follow, follow Babylon!
No follow, no follow, no follow, no follow, follow Babylon!
Remember, remember, remember, remember our fatherland.
Remember, remember, remember, remember Mount Zion.
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Love it!  "Livin' in a drive-by bar."
This song is the perfect antidote to a 23° F January day.  Thanks for the 'warm' reprieve, RP! 
A 5.9 rating for this song reflects criminal ignorance.
 curtisls wrote:

Makes my brain hurt.



Oh, you have one, excellent!
Boy_Wonder schrieb:
 und sechs Monate später wehen die Spinnweben immer noch........




Oh ja, sie haben doch; Und wie !!
 (anonymous) wrote:
Big Paulie likes this crap, Bad Dog don't. Since Bad Dog runs the keyboard it gets a one. Big Paulie don't know the diff between a 1 and a 8, he can't read! Ha!
 

I agree.  Probably...
(anonymous) wrote:
could this get any more repetitious?


Most Caribbean  music is - Reggae, Calypso, Reggaeton, Ska, Soca, to name a few.  It's the groove, it's the beat. You are not forced to listen, but if you do, you'll want to shuffle your feet to the music!

 

Beautiful lyrics Beautiful song
Great song, great Album !!!

             
Made it into the rotation!
Is it only me that gets this on PSD? My own personal radio station...
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Stumbled on this via PSD... 11 years since it's been played, I feel like I'm in an abandoned house...
 
I give it a solid 7. I guess people in the olden days didn't care for the reggae.  

and six months on, the cobwebs are still blowing........ 


Stumbled on this via PSD... 11 years since it's been played, I feel like I'm in an abandoned house...
 
I give it a solid 7. I guess people in the olden days didn't care for the reggae.  
Totally agree.
Originally Posted by Mot: Becoming tiresome...
Becoming tiresome...
I\'m missing something here, aren\'t I? Maybe I should go roll up a spliff, mon......
wtf?
what\'s next, \"who let the dogs out?\"
Bob Marley was a genius, but if he had ever written rubbish it would have sounded like this.
Originally Posted by maxjboxer: All Reggae is good Reggae
Are you saying there's no great reggae. :D (not to imply that I don't like reggae - just funnin')
All Reggae is good Reggae
Este tema es falopa como el pajerto de Santiago
Makes my brain hurt.
Sounds like they\'re singing about a \"drive-by war\".
Third World song that\'s not too poppy. Cool.