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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Lino ft Fally Ipupa - Peuple qui danse - People who Dance



I tried to locate a translation. this is the only one I was able to source
Apologies for any inaccuracies
Still...Interesting song right..
Nice Kora infusion, and Fally on the chorus .. hits all the right spots for me

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[Lino]

A people who dance guided by Kings prone
The orchid rifle souls not for sale
Beggar sitting on a diamond mine
applauded by arms cries
the sun sets the slab as two star crossed lovers
earth red blood a rive that moves in time with or without
rhyme my revolt j'crache point blank, an aftertaste of blood
our heroes are dead faith in the oblivion tombs are dying of cold
a few blocks from paradise i'm born, the weight of history tipped my cradle
punctured the wheels of my destiny surrounded by flames form a hoop
I walked to hell roof, a continent apart

the songs are not revolts , they accompany the...
there's blues and reggae xxx and rumba, the kompa
that hit the go between laughter machetes
sometimes it is hard to rise when necessary to fill the plate

[Fally]

Africa they said
Africa unconscious
Africa they said
Africa unconscious

[Lino]

A people who sing, son a a sleeping beauty
whose silence the powerful voice i still put
may skin on pace j'rappe the epicentre
the earthquake hit in advance, among the cliques of the hyenas stun weapons
goose the country epidermis, in mourning at the death to life
coffin in the open, medication needs to disease
solider of the diaspora, far from the mother land of the Caribbean in the US to the sound of the Kora
xxx SOS Africa, still need a Mr xxx
even with the negro to the head of the world, how much time accusing the colon
stashed behind blue helmet, confused raven and dove
no masks, i want to rob this century with cliches, come to blows
it goes nowhere, years of common goal
divided, one seeks a destiny out of the matrix
xxx Marcus, Franz, Patrice, who can understand

[Fally]

Africa they said
Africa unconscious
Africa they said
Africa unconscious

Divided Africa
Africa Unconscious

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