Treasure Island

Tinashe Mupedzapasi

(12-07-1993)

Revenge of isandwana


The battle between the warriors
Was it between warriors and brutals?
The battle of isandwana

Though with dangerous weapons
Grenades and machine guns
The British lost it
It was the time for the Zulu
To protect their inheritance

The battle is raging on again
Now between spirits
It's time for revenge
The revenge of isandwana
The white are bringing in a curse
The Zulus are swallowing iniquity

Allowing homosexuality
Bringing a curse into SouthAfrica
White spirits against black spirits
The Zulus are getting weary
White waxing stronger
The revange of isandwana

Rise The Zulu
And stand like a Zulu
Fight the spirit
The spirit of sodom
Beware of that spirit
It has come for vengance
The revenge of isandwana

Submitted: Thursday, May 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013
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