The Tennors "Jamaica 50" Lyrics

by DRW
(Jamaica)

The Tennors

The Tennors

"Jamaica 50" Lyrics

Written by: A. Murphy, X. Murphy

Chorus
Jamaica, Jamaica 50 years are you
Jamaica, Jamaica we're proud of you

Vrs 1
We faced many obstacles to realize our dream,
Everyone aimed the same through sunshine and rain
Though some live a foreign, their hearts are still here
Yearning for their share, Jamaica beautiful island so rare

Vrs 2
Great athletes we have, Usain Bolt the boy is bad,
The fastest man in the universe,
Marley took reggae music, Made it known globally
The message of love he portrayed would say,
One Love, One Heart let's get together and make it great
One Love, One Heart let's get together and celebrate

Vrs 3
Fascinating beaches along the ocean shore,
Historic places much to explore,
No better food you'll ever find,
Creative arts and crafts artistically designed

Vrs 4
We have some famous people some born abroad others from yard
But the roots are the same
Lennox Louis, Collin Powell, Patrick Ewing, Naomi Campbell,
Courtney Walsh, Cindy Breakespeare, Mike McCullom, Veronica Campbell,
Beres Hammond, Derrick Morgan, Reggae Boyz, The Bobsled Team and all the rest,
Bustamante, Norman Manley are the Heroes of The day.

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