Blakk Rasta – Gaddafi ft. Fiifi Selah


Alright, this is a special one… alright
Vampires, hypocrites and parasites, unugwey!
Rest in peace Muammar al Gaddafi, my hero… Huh!

Ay yay, ay yay, ay yay, ay yay-yay-yay-yay-yay, I cry
Gaddafi, Gaddafi is gone…oh no, oh why?
Ay yay, ay yay, ay yay, ay yay-yay-yay-yay-yay, I cry
Gaddafi, Gaddafi is gone…oh no, oh why?
Gaddafi oh.

He was my bredda, my father and my friend [Oh why? Gaddafi oh]
So tell me why and how and who? [Oh why? Gaddafi oh]
He was a man so strong and bold [Oh why? Gaddafi oh]
So Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, [Oh why? Gaddafi oh.]

They were the best of friends
Zapatero, Berlusconi and Sarkozy of France
Eat, dine and bunga bunga and flock together, they did like birds
Handshakes of treachery, hypocrisy and jealousy soon flooded the press
Popular uprising in Tunisia, Syria and Egypt rustled the nest
They planted rats and cockroaches to rebel against Gaddafi
And cause a blunderous historical mess
In a twinkling of an eye, the eating, the dining
And the bunga bunga must be suppressed
And the birds put together to rest
Having been replaced by drones from America, Italy, France and the rest… Huh!

What a shame! It’s a shame! A big shame! Kai! A shame! Yes!

While the toothless bulldog of an African Union sat and watched so powerlessly
Libya was ransacked by mafias and ninjas so vehemently
What was his crime?
He wanted the African currency for his oil
He wanted to pay the price
He was slaughtered like a dog on his own soil
He rejected the Arab League and flocked with his African identity
He regretted his past and wanted to see Africa in total sanity
Muammar Al Gaddafi was a threat to western, hypocritical capitalists
Free food, shelter, healthcare and education, he gave to his people
As a champion of all African socialists. Huh!

Ay yay, ay yay, ay yay, ay yay-yay-yay-yay-yay, I cry
Gaddafi, Gaddafi is gone…oh no, oh why?
Ay yay, ay yay, ay yay, ay yay-yay-yay-yay-yay, I cry
Gaddafi, Gaddafi is gone…oh no, oh why?
Gaddafi oh.

Who pulled the trigger, tell me, who killed Gaddafi?
Who pulled the trigger, tell me, who killed Gaddafi?
Who pulled the trigger, tell me, who killed Gaddafi?
Two wrongs don’t make no right
Nation ah rise against nation, I ah seen ah Ible Revelation
Babylon supports the rebel commotion causing economic degradation
Africa take care of your problems!
We no need no NATO fi come solve them
Kill Gaddafi and you think you done?… Oh no!
You ignite the fire in African son…Tell me!
Who pulled the trigger, tell me, who killed Gaddafi?
Two wrongs don’t make no right.

Ay yay, ay yay, I cry ay yay, ay yay-yay-yay-yay-yay, I cry
Gaddafi, Gaddafi is gone…oh no, oh why?
Ay yay, ay yay, I cry  ay yay, Murderers! ay yay-yay-yay-yay-yay, I cry
Gaddafi, Gaddafi is gone…oh no, oh why?
Gaddafi oh.

He was my bredda, my father and my friend [Oh why? Gaddafi oh.]
So tell me why and how and who? [Oh why? Gaddafi oh.]
He was a man so strong and bold [Oh why? Gaddafi oh.]

Quelle Lyrics

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