Fuse ODG – Bra Fie (Come Home) ft. Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley (Official Video) OUT NOW

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Pre-Order "New Africa Nation" the Album now here: https://fuseodg.tmstor.es Shop for New Africa Nation Clothing online here : https://www.newafricanation.com Almost 400 years since our ancestors were captured and taken into various lands outside of Africa, Africa's Fuse ODG and Jamaica's reggae icon Damian “Jr Gong” Marley have united on a mission to bring their descendants back home to where they belong mentally (Self Love), physically (Africa) and spiritually (Love) through this powerful piece of music. We present to you “Bra Fie” which translates in the Ghanaian language ‘twi’ as “Come Home”. Watch and let’s spread this to all four corners of the world… A New Africa Revolution has began…Welcome to the New Africa Nation. Preorder a copy of Fuse ODG’s second album entitled “New Africa Nation” and be part of a historical journey. @FuseODG @DamianMarley Lyrics Below Bra Fie (Come Home) lyrics Verse 1 Take the shackles off my feet Make I go make I go It's a battle with the beast Take a shield here we go Kwame Nkrumah take over New Africa make over Let's bow our heads and pray o Lord Our father help us fight the war (huuuu) Chorus (X2) Bra fie o bra fie (Come home come home) Bra fie na y3tw3n wo (Come home we are waiting) Verse 2 I'm a human being in Africa But a black man in America African in England Don't forget where you are from Ghana down to Suriname Taken from our motherland Don't forget your mother tongue Please don't shoot me we are one Chorus (X4) Bra fie o bra fie (Come home come home) Bra fie na y3tw3n wo (Come home we are waiting) 3rd Verse Now have a look through history's binoculars And please don't tell me you've forgotten us Your last children living anonymous In a very strange land where they carried us And it must be a natural phenomenon How we still can remember where we coming from Even through the brainwashing curriculum Up through the ages and millenniums Last 400 years has been fabulous We've been working as slaves living ravenous But to overdo your stay can be hazardous Now it's time to go home thanks for having us Please make I a promise ol' promise land And welcome me home anytime I land And make I feel like I belong with us Until that day no giving up Aayy aayy Huuuu

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