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Hontonnu Dominic

Don’t cry for me Nigerian

Don’t cry for me Nigerian
Cry for yourselves for with me gone
You are like child with on father
You are a house with no home @ 51

Don’t cry for me Nigerian
Don’t cry, cry for yourselves
You’ve poison my water and corrupt my land
And you will live to eat it fruit

Don’t cry for me Nigerian
Cry for yourselves @ age 51
You’ve graduate from common thieves to terrorist
From poverty to wretchedness
From the peace you had to disunity

Don’t cry for me Nigeria
Since everybody is now fighting for its own
Then I don’t deserved to stay alive with you
I rather die!

Submitted: Thursday, October 13, 2011

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