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I remain unused to bleed the menace
That remains to fall
Don't take no summer vacation
That remains to fall
We refuse to work in your death camp
the glory of love
Treblinka, alive with the glory of love yea

Should they catch us and dispatch us those separate work camps yea
I'll think about you,
bleed
And there's no gate at the front of these camps saying work will set you free
I'm tired on being the threat in a world of murderers shit on just for
the wreckage on a horse knee-deep in mud
Look out Hollywood, here I come

Fun times in Babylon
Momma they've just begun
Before they put me to work in
And Kiri's husband forced to go and work in labour camps
And Kiri left alone to fend and hold the fort as best she can
But the music did not drift as often
the realest clique
True champ, we gon' rep it through, keep it cool
No boot camp, no hard work, just some loot, family
All in, ball til you fall, loyal
We sit soaked in “Bloodshed” to sift through the ash.
Watched as out brothers got carted away,
To camps so they called them “to work for the man”
We
chanced to stray
We thought we'd try to work one day
The boss says he had room for one
Says my old pal, "We'd rather bum"

Late one night in a jungle camp
Well, Crowbar Joe was one of the brotherhood
One of the brotherhood of hoods in the neighborhood
Hoods in the holiday camp, heads in the basket box
Well, Crowbar Joe was one of the brotherhood
One of the brotherhood of hoods in the neighborhood
Hoods in the holiday camp, heads in the basket box
president, and the focal point when I'm campaigning
Is to put FEMA to work on a plantation at Camp David
Demand payment for New Orleans with the best
tell you that she love you
An work out some other plan
Got those alimony blues
An I sure got to pay some dues
Got those alimony blues
An I sure got
ramblin' boy may all your ramblin' bring you joy

In Tulsa town we chanced to straight we thought we'd try to work one day
The boss said he had a room for
hall
Inna 1957 wen tings just a settle down
When a near independence and Selassie never come
Outa back a wall a whey di bobo camp did settle down
hall

Inna 1957 wen tings just a settle down
When a near independence and Selassie never come
Outa back a wall a whey di bobo camp did settle down
A Dancehall

Verse 1

Inna 1957 Wen Tings Just a Settle Down
When A Near Independence & Selassi Never Come
Outa Back A Wall A Whey Di Bobo Camp Did Settle Down
I am a coalminer
And I'm sure I wish you well

I was born in old Kentucky
In a coal camp, born and bred
I know about old beans
Bulldog gravy
Little Joe the wrangler he'll wrangle never more
His days with the remuda they're all done
It was long about last April he rode into our camp
Just
chanced to straight we thought we'd try to work one day
The boss said he had a room for one said my old pal we'd rather bum
And here's to you my ramblin'
to see
How fortunate, how proud can an old fella be
Three sons in their swags 'round the stock camp with me

Sent the boys off to school to see
Bake in the19th century in a plain far way
Lies a tremendous labor camp
All dangerous criminals

Were banished to stay there
It was a journey
Little Joe the wrangler he'll wrangle never more
His days with the remuda they're all done
It was long about last April he rode into our camp
Just
Hit my snooze alarm for the twenty seventh time 
Just don't feel like goin' to work, I think I'll call my boss, 
Then I'm gonna hack and cough
Little Joe the Wrangler will wrangle nevermore
His days with the roundup they are o'er
Was a year ago last April when he rode into our camp
Just
singing sweet and soulful
On the radio
Mohammed's radio
Everybody's desperate
Trying to make ends meet
Work all day still can't pay
The price

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