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by Paul Hays
Friday, Aug. 31, 2001 at 11:11 PM
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We played some of this a few years ago on 88.5 WRAS FM Georgia State University The Voice of Atlanta's Concrete Campus with 24,000 Students.
In Zulu: S'TIMELA SASE-ZOLA (Train from Zola)
You hold me round the aist, you hold me close!
Girls: My sweet darling.
You remind me of Jo'burg (eGoli-city of gold)
when I'm in Zola
Girls: Train from Zola (part of Soweto)
You cuddle me (put me against your chest)
Girls: Like a little baby
My Kentucky (Fried Chicken) bone, my sun umbrella
My darling, my sweetheart
My coal train,my coal stove
I like you baby, burning (with passion)
Girls: Train from Zola, Like a little baby
Walking along Comissioner (Street)
I'm wearing an Arrow shirt
When you look down I'm wearing Frosham shoes.
Because I'm going to see you in Zola
Girls: My darling
You touched me
My happiness grows like self-raising flour
Overflowing into our streets
I look like a clerk (smart)
This Compact Disc is on Caroline Records. Songs in Zulu, Sotho, Venda/English and Shona.
Producers of # 9 are Mbongeni Ngema and Moses Ngenwya
A hearty shoutouted dedication to Victims of the Sleepy Lagoon cover-up. Also to the sacrifices made by leaders in large-scale lucha continua resistance hoping that it will add to our sons and daughters ability to draw reason from madness and art from sorrow.
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