My People

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My People Lyrics – Yusuf Islam / Cat Stevens

My People
When you gonna leave
My People?
Give them room to breath
My People?
Stop oppressing
My People?
All they want is bread, clothes
Space to rest – and left alone
My People:
When you gonna free
My People?


Let them live in peace
Stop killing
My People?
All they need is dignity
A chance to be free
My People
Stop making scared
My People
Let them out of jail
My People
Stop building walls around
My People
When you gonna show you care
Join the people in the square
My People

My People
See them coming now
My People
Can’t you hear them shout?
My People
Everyday, everywhere
Stop running from
My People
Stop stealing from
My People
Stop pointing guns at
My People
Oh, Come on
My People
Come on, come on
My People
Come on, come on
My People
God show them the way
My People
God show them the way
My People
See them pray
My People
Come on, come on
My People
Oh,
My People
Come on
My People
Keep on keeping on

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Thanks to:
BMG.
Hansa Studios (Berlin),
Boomtown Productions (Dubai),
Action Filmz (Dubai)
Motiofixo (Kuala Lumpur),
Mdec (Kuala Lumpur)

My People…Recorded in Berlin with voices from around the world, filmed in Dubai, edited in Kuala Lumpur the film mimics the colourful spirit of the 70s yet reflects the powerful march of people today hopefully heading towards a new dawn of freedom.


More Islamic Lyrics

  1. Aao Parhein Qur’an
  2. Rasool’Allah
  3. 99 Names of Allah
  4. Let Me Breathe
  5. Bagh Jannat Kay Hain
  6. Wherever You Are Lyrics (ACOUSTIC – ARABIC)
  7. One Day
  8. As Subhu Badaa
  9. Koi Aaye Koi Jaye
  10. Muhammad (P.B.U.H)
  11. Kaash Abbass Na Maray Jaatay
  12. Better Day
  13. Allah’s Watching Me
  14. Ya RasoolAllah Karam
  15. You Came To Me (Arabic)
  16. Elahi Madad Kar Madad Ki Ghari Hai
  17. Lament
  18. Ignorant Minds
  19. It’s Jumuah “Friday”
  20. Rabbana
  21. Subha Taiba Mein Hui
  22. Ya Nabi Salam Alaika Ya Rasool Salam Alaika
  23. I Believe feat. Maher Zain
  24. Heart of Homs
  25. He is the One

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