Jahmiel - Break Away Lyrics

We are the world we are the children

We are the one to make the changes yeah

Sufferation nuh make no sense to we
Bigger heads it nuh make no sense you lie
You build the fence to jepordise
The life of my former friend and I
Dem say change a go come
But change is already here
Caah when man check the facts and see who have it all
A them but they don't care

Am from a place ay ay ace
Where minds are held on with shackles and chains
We see no change a a ange
We see no change
Free your mind and break away

The people wish you talk less and show more action
Cause you can say what you wanna but no action
Say dem ago share what happen to the poor fraction
Talk weh me feel cause as a rass dem caah program man
Done tell dem me nuh frighten fi no house and land
If at the end we a one, why you a boast pon man
Yeaah, There's no love and every day me a see it
This world is too crazy for me

Am from a place ay ay ace
Where minds are held on with shackles and chains
We see no change a a ange
We see no change
Free your mind and break away

Sometimes I, wish I could change the world, yeah
Sometimes I, Whish I could
My mama say
Nuh make success get to your head
So when I and I make it
Just bruke fi me bread
And let the love spread

Am from a place a a ace
Where minds are held on with shackles and chains
We see no change a a change
We see no change
Free your mind and break away

I say, Am from a, am from a place
Where there's no love
Mostly hate and grudge
Am from a, am from a

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