War Songtext
Until the philosophy which holds one raceSuperior and another inferiorIs finally and permanently discredited and abandonedEverywhere is war, me say warThat until there is no longer first classAnd second class citizens of any nationUntil the colour of a man's skinIs of no more significance than the colour of his eyesMe say warThat until the basic human rights are equally Guaranteed to all, without regard to raceDis a warThat until that dayThe dream of lasting peace, world citizenshipRule of international moralityWill remain in but a fleeting illusionTo be pursued, but never attainedNow everywhere is war, warAnd until the ignoble and unhappy regimesThat hold our brothers in Angola, in Mozambique,South Africa sub-human bondageHave been toppled, utterly destroyedWell, everywhere is war, me say warWar in the east, war in the westWar up north, war down southWar, war, rumours of warAnd until that day, the African continent Will not know peace, we Africans will fightWe find it necessary and we know we shall winAs we are confident in the victoryOf good over evil, good over evil, good over evilGood over evil, good over evil, good over evil