Culture - Trust Me lyrics

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Culture - Trust Me lyrics

Reggae Music for a reason You see you can play it under Jah season I play reggae music in the middle of the street Play reggae music because it's our beat Play reggae music because it was ordered By the Messiah Marcus Garvey Trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Don't allow politicians to fool you again Another lawyer to plea your case They love the doctor to poison you And even the minister to indoctrinate you Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me You trust the teachers to teach your children Trust the mechanic to build your car Trust the carpenter to build your house And yet you don't trust your brother at all Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me You don't even trust yourself Please be yourself You trust the media to give you our news And my simple words you do refuse You don't trust Rastafari You won't even listen to I and I and I Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Please I stand up for the right of every man As lonely as long as I can We can win the victory To fight on for humanity Trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me My eyes are in the human body Several of them are in your head So why don't you clean up your life and try to live Like the Congo Natty Dread Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Jah Rastafari Jah! Rastafari! One mother you've got I must remind you And you must respect her To the highest level I say, man Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me And trust yourself too Why don't you trust me, trust me, trust me