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Darkness

This song is by Black Uhuru and appears on the album Chill Out (1982).

Darkness, seems to glorify the world,
Darkness, seems to glorify the world.

What does it work to put yourself in a run town,
Who told you to go obligation,
Get off my back, Babylon!
There's a pride in each and everyone's stage of life.
I must keep Jah work and trim this foundation,
Most of all, they go to bed and dem high in there head.

Darkness, seems to glorify the world,
Darkness, seems to glorify the world.

I see mothers and fathers wandering all over through material things,
Is this a result of their sin?
Every (time) look over my shoulder someone dies.

Darkness, seems to glorify the world,
Darkness, seems to glorify the world.

Yes my structure isn't random,
I am among the rioters eaters of flesh,
There is no return to your faulty destruction,
My blood is hot, you telling i.

Darkness, seems to glorify the world,
Darkness, seems to glorify the world.

With the good foot I climb the ladder of life.
Darker than blood, in a dis attention.
Trumpet and Voice are not for only celebration.
Let's struggle with the new generation:
"The Deaf", "The Dumb", "The Blind".

Darkness, seems to glorify the world,
Darkness, seems to glorify the world.

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