Treasure Island

Vermell Hewlett

(Baltimore, Maryland, USA)

United Black American Unity


Unity is the key
Black unity shows who we can be
Stand tall champs let it be seen
Stand tall, together, united please
United black America just won't fall
You know, that's what love's called
Life takes its toll on us all
But united we're on the roll
Stick with your brother man
Why not become his fan
We're supposed to do whatever we can
Instead of letting each other down
Life is sweet and all so short
It's full of bull that can be brought
United today we will move on
March brother man settle the score
African American unity, all together
Help each other with whatever
Lifting one another in time of lows
Stick together, everyone grows.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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