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This old reggae song I first heard in late eighties.
A beautiful song with a sweet sounding female vocalist. If anyone can tell me who sung it and the name of the song, would be very appreciated.
"Ghetto woman, a very special woman. Ghetto woman, a very natural woman. Ghetto woman....Coming from a uptown, coming from a downtown, just to make ahead. The kids go hungry and underfed.
Hungry and underfed...Father's only ten. The rest are fairly easy....I man can't rule de eight boy in a de yard. I man can't rule de eight boy so help me lord..."
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