Prince Lartey


Here in china town
His city of love
She reigns with crowd
Crowd from every colour;
Ultra wide winds power
When upon the peak
Even down below beneath

The city lights up
In a fashionable delight
Ultimate spirits line up
Some downtown, others uptown

Flash brand they form
Tunes hook-up the dew
Sweat cushions the ray
The city is no place to play
But playing gets done the game
Hate it, not the player
Like it, not the game
Unless it is his poison
It is her medicine
He follows her everywhere
She twists and turns
If only one makes the lenght
Another must succeed the rest

Here in china town
Everything is always perfect
Her city of love
He reigns with crowd
Perfectionism is our profession;
Any step is decision
Focus step is action
Keep calm and be
Civilization is styled karma
Long live a clean city
Long live accessible education
Long live our roots!

Submitted: Saturday, December 07, 2013
Edited: Saturday, December 07, 2013

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