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The Meditations – Running From Jamaica lyrics

La la la la la
La la la la la

All who is running form Jamaica I hope is forever 2x
When the gate is close we don't want no napkin
When the gate is close we don't want no rou-kou-touk
Pick your place from now before is too late

All who are run run run

Pick your place from now before you regret

When Noah was building his arc everyone laugh
But when the big flood came they star to weep and moan
Weep and moan
Weep and moan
Weep and moan

Let me tell you now

Pick your place from now before it's too late
Pick your place from now before you regret

Guitar Solo

When Noah was building his arc everyone laugh
But when the big flood came they star to weep and moan
Weep and moan
Weep and moan
Weep and moan

Let me tell you now

Pick your place from now before it's too late
Pick your place from now before you regret

Naa naa naaa naaa naa
You're not British born
Nooo nooo nnooo nooo
You're not American born
Noo nooo nnoo nnoo
You're not Canadian born



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