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The Peace Project

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    The Lyrics for The Peace Project Song

    Martha: [Oneness is our greatness/ Division is our weakness/ Forge a new Malawi, Africa and the World Where People live in peace] x 2

    Verse 1:
    Maurice: Have you ever thought & you wondered/ How War broke out in Rwanda/ Between the Hutus’ & the Tutsis/ started with a small number/ segregation got harder/ the war got larger/bad things Happened After/the rape & the Murder/ the hatred & Hunger/ Anger cause the Child just lost his Mother/ They Murdered the Father/They Murdered the Brother / No Joy all pain No time 4 the laughter/ whole family gone & the left her/ Homeless, Hopeless & her home is Shuttered/ Now she gata/ leave in the the Gutter / Oh Men! What a disaster/ I Wish I could live in a world of more peace/no worries/ Hakuna Matata/ Does it really Matter/ whether I’m from Malawi, Blantyre, Zambia Chipata/ nah!! Don’t hate me because of that data/it’s time we gata open up anada Chapter/ This is not proper/ It’s time we gata sober/ yeah we different but 1 people/ all made equal/ so let go of the ego/and deal with this evil/ before we turn into carnivores/ Whether you short or you taller/Sena, Chewa or a Tonga/ from Dedza, Zomba , Karonga/ we need peace & unity/ that leads to a permanent security & get stronger/ don’t hate any longer/ IT'S TIME TO BE PEACE MONGERZ/ break the evil cycle before we breed Monsters

    Martha: [Oneness is our greatness/ Division is our weakness/ Forge a new Malawi, Africa and the World Where People live in peace] x 2

    Verse 2:
    Maurice: How do I really describe this/ Evil practice/ called Injustice/ Fact of the Matter is/South or the West or the Middle East/ Stereotypes are the Engines/ Running these Evil Systems/ look at the victims/ Suffering unrealistic/Criticism, Witticism/ this the reason/ there is Racism/ Prejudice / which pains like Rheumatism/ this is an evil Thesis/ that leads to discrimination/ After the Discrimination, Formation is the conception/ of an Oppression/ an operation/that generates segregation/ we gata stop the Separation/ with Love & Peace the Contraception (**action plan**)/ before it leaks/ to the next generation/ coz through 1 man God made all the Nations/ Europe, Asia/ & the next Generations/ if we don’t stop this situation/ we gon see more evil demonstrations/ like 6 Million Jews in the Concentration/ now just take a moment of silence/ think of the violence/ do you really desire this/ evil Goliath/ we need to form forces that fight against this/ system that is penetrating/ perpetuating of injustice is as good as perpetrating the injustice that is generating/ so stop perpetuating & start participating/ in the change making!

    Martha: [Oneness is our greatness/ Division is our weakness/ Forge a new Malawi, Africa nad the World Where People live in peace] x 2

    Allan: We have heard how stereotypes create tensions, which slip societies into major strifes. The Rwanda and Darfur Conflict remind us of the great danger of when stereotypes become emphasized. Unfortunately for us, we tumbled out of the womb and stepped into a drama already underway. However, it is our responsibility to challenge this established system. We are called upon to bear witness and keep leaning in the direction of honest expression that challenges stereotypes. Let us nudge our country, our continent, and our world towards meaningful life, liberty, justice, and peace for every individual. Let us do this for the sake of our children, grandchildren and the generations unborn. They say time brings about change and we therefore need to be vigilant as true warriors; we have to muster enough courage and make long term commitment for this is a marathon, not a sprint. With time and energy, we will succeed in creating a society that where individuals celebrate differences while emphasizing the common human denominator, which is we are all human beings.

    The song was composed and written by Allan Kawala, Maurice Phiri, and Martha Mwenda, and produced by Jay Josh at Crystal Multimedia

    Released by: Crystal Multi-Media
    Release date: Jun 11, 2012

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