War Mp3 Song Tomorrow S Children Lyrics

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War

The best cassette "Funky Kingston Reggae Dancefloor Grooves 1968-74", was casted in 2008 with a Hit Reggae song "War" . Lyrics of the song was penned by .The music track was originally composed by Lloyd Williams where as it was well acted by Tomorrow s Children. experienced unexpected outcome for well rendition of a Reggae track.This track was made live ago, towards the peak to be delightful by English audience.Universal Music Group, released the soundtrack after recording "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" music track performed by Ken Boothe.Major artist played role in responsibilities, roled as .It rapidly reached to edge on video platform youtube in 2018, and is viewed by 84.37 thousand people.Estimated profit recieved to Universal Music Group from soundtrack is $3129.It was Tomorrow s Children`s 1th song, Out of 2 in total till now.Song is to hand on itunes library for $1.29 and whole list just for $7.99.

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Song Name War
CategoriesEnglish.
AlbumFunky Kingston Reggae Dancefloor Grooves 1968-74.
ComposerLloyd Williams.
GenreReggae.
LabelUniversal Music Group.
SingerTomorrow S Children.
Duration 02:36
Record on December 2, 2017
Album Price $7.99
Song Price $1.29
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War Lyrics




A gang outsde the chemsts restless in the night
Conversation turns to the war they have to fight
Worried passers by too old to understand
How k ds in thirty years have gained the upper hand

Tomorrow s soldier is on the street
Jeans to the knee boots on his feet

Tomorrows soldiers first battle is won

When his life has only just began

The mind of a schoolboy, sees it crystal clear
Warriors from down the road, nothing to fear
Gone through the basic training, taught by higher ranks
Today it's fists and monkey boots, tomorrow bombs and tanks

The children don't die from their tribal warring
But at twenty one it's a different story
The uniform must change, die to save your land

The Generals can't see you, they're safely underground

Tomorrow's soldier is on the war
Hasn't got a clue what he's fighting for
Tomorrow's soldier's last battle is fought
And his life comes to a grinding halt



Did You Know?


A cover of the classic Edwin Starr protest song by little known reggae/ska/rocksteady group of mixed ethnicity. Taken from the compilation "Funky Kingston" (Trojan: 2002)

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