Treasure Island

Lartin Konneh II


Sometime / Somewhere


Sometime / Somewhere
We’re Victims To This World’s Sorrow
Our Children Are Dying By The Hand
Of Mankind, Sickness, And Hungry
Sometime / Somewhere
We’re Enemies To The World
Our Land Are Divided Into
Racism, Religions, Tribalism, Corruption, And Rebellion
Sometime/ Somewhere
‘We’re Strangers To This World
Just Passing Through
We’re Not Here Forever’ So We Say
Our Resources Are Taken Away
By Ourselves, Foreigners And Destruction.
Some / Somewhere
We All Crying For Peace
Singing The Songs Of Freedom
Our Eyes Shared Tears
Our Hand Are Made Strong
By the Hand Of The Almighty To Paid For Our Freedom
And Our Heart Felt The Pain And United
Sometime / Somewhere
God Is The Witness To What We All Crying And Dying For
‘ One Love’
‘ One People’
‘One world’
In God Name We All Prayed
Sometime / Somewhere
A Man Once Told Me
'Take Somethings Positive For Things You Do.
Misery love company, And
Walk In The Sheos Before Judge' Quoted Bruce Beever


Lartin copyright 2007

Submitted: Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 28, 2010
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