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Out Of Africa
Listen to the rhythm of the distant drums - Africa, Africa
Antilopes are running when the lion comes - Africa, Africa
Mountains rising high above the rageing sea - Africa, Africa
Life is never certain but the souls are free in Africa

Oh, out of Africa come the sweetest peace and the toughest fights
Oh, out of Africa comes the heartbeat of the world, out of Africa

Listen to the howling of a desert storm - Africa, Africa
Look at all the stars on a night so warm - Africa, Africa
Crickets say hello when the evening comes - Africa, Africa
Listen to the rhythm of the distant drums out of Africa

Oh, out of Africa come the sweetest peace and the toughest fights
Oh, out of Africa comes the heartbeat of the world
Out of Africa

Oh, out of Africa come the sweetest peace and the toughest fights
Oh, out of Africa comes the heartbeat of the world
Out of Africa
Out of Africa



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