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Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone yea
Well I've seen a crime to which I can't be blind living in a diamond city with a
Broken heart
Well I've seen a crime to it I can't be blind living in a diamond city with a
Broken heart
Oh diamond city let me take you there
There everyday there's a need for revolution
She's like a mother who denies her newborn milk
Lost are the thrills of life as we know them they one man swim yet many more are
Drowning
Well I've seen a crime to which I can't be blind living in a diamond city with a
Broken heart
Yes I've seen a crime to which I can't be blind living in a diamond city with a
Broken heart
In a diamond city let me take you there
Surely we can help each other in this earth
Ain't no need to be greedy or too proud no need
Because the color of our skin they gave us no chance to win
Well I've seen a crime to it I can't be blind living in a diamond city with a
Broken heart
We will fight for our rights we will fight for Africa we will fight for our
Freedom
Did you hear we will fight for Africa
I've seen a crime to which I can't be blind living in a diamond city with a
Broken heart
Yes I've seen a crime where are the cops this time living in a diamond city with
A broken heart
Oh diamond city come here let me take you there let me take you there I'll take
You there



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