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Culture – Down In Babylon

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Get this reggae track from Culture titled Down In Babylon

Culture are a Jamaican roots reggae group founded in 1976. Originally they were known as the African Disciples. The one constant member until his death in 2006 was Joseph Hill.

Use the link below to stream and download Down In Babylon by Culture.

Lyrics for Down In Babylon by Culture

[Verse 1]
Where are all the Rastaman
That used to be down here in Babylon
Where are all the Rastaman
That used to beat their drums oh yeah
Where are all the Rastaman
That even used to till the soil

[Chorus]
And preach to us for awhile
Down here in Babylon

[Verse 2]
Where are all the Rastaman
That used to walk the woods
And have a little talk now and then
Even as we should oh yeah
Where are all the Rastaman
That used to build our schools

[Chorus]
And teach the children rights
Down here in Babylon

[Chorus]
And teach the children rights
Down here in Babylon

[Verse 3]
Where are all the Rastaman
That used to stand upright
With their staff in their hands
Preaching to the leaders
Where are all the Rastaman
That used to till the soil

[Chorus]
And feed our nation Lord
Down here in Babylon

[Chorus]
And teach the children rights
Down here in Babylon

[Chorus]
And lead our nation Lord
Down here in Babylon 

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