Zombie

Album: Zombie (1977)
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  • Zombie o, zombie (zombie o, zombie)
    Zombie o, zombie (zombie o, zombie)

    Zombie no go go, unless you tell 'em to go (zombie)
    Zombie no go stop, unless you tell 'em to stop (zombie)
    Zombie no go turn, unless you tell 'em to turn (zombie)
    Zombie no go think, unless you tell 'em to think (zombie)

    Zombie o, zombie (zombie o, zombie)
    Zombie o, zombie (zombie o, zombie)

    Zombie no go go, unless you tell 'em to go (zombie)
    Zombie no go stop, unless you tell 'em to stop (zombie)
    Zombie no go turn, unless you tell 'em to turn (zombie)
    Zombie no go think, unless you tell 'em to think (zombie)

    Zombie o, zombie (zombie o, zombie)
    Zombie o, zombie (zombie o, zombie)

    Tell them to go straight
    A joro, jara, joro
    No break, no job, no sense
    A joro, jara, joro
    Tell 'em to go kill
    A joro, jara, joro
    No break, no job, no sense
    A joro, jara, joro
    Tell them to go quench
    A joro, jara, joro
    No break, no job, no sense
    A joro, jara, joro

    Go and kill (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and die (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and quench (joro, jaro, joro)
    Put 'em for reverse (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and quench (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and kill (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and die (joro, jaro, joro)
    Put 'em for reverse (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and die (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and quench (joro, jaro, joro)
    Go and kill (joro, jaro, joro)
    Put 'em for reverse (joro, jaro, joro)

    Uh-huh
    Joro, jara, joro
    Zombie wey na one way
    Joro, jara, joro
    Zombie wey na one way
    Joro, jara, joro
    Zombie wey na one way
    Joro, jara, joro

    Attention (zombie), quick march
    Slow march (zombie), left turn
    Right turn (zombie), about turn
    Double up (zombie), salute
    Open your hat (zombie), stand at ease
    Fall in (zombie), fall out
    Fall down (zombie), get ready
    Attention (zombie), quick march
    Slow march (zombie), left turn
    Right turn (zombie), about turn
    Double up (zombie), salute
    Open your hat (zombie), stand at ease
    Fall in (zombie), fall out

    Halt (zombie)
    Order

    Whoa
    Attention (zombie), quick march
    Slow march (zombie), left turn
    Right turn (zombie), about turn
    Double up (zombie), salute
    Open your hat (zombie), stand at ease
    Fall in (zombie), fall out
    Fall down (zombie), get ready
    Attention (zombie), quick march
    Slow march (zombie), left turn
    Right turn (zombie), about turn
    Double up (zombie), salute
    Open your hat (zombie), stand at ease
    Fall in (zombie), fall out
    Fall down (zombie), get ready

    Halt
    Order
    One more time, everybody

    Attention (zombie), quick march
    Slow march (zombie), left turn
    Right turn (zombie), about turn
    Double up (zombie), salute
    Open your hat (zombie), stand at ease
    Fall in (zombie), fall out
    Fall down (zombie), get ready
    Attention (zombie), quick march
    Slow march (zombie), left turn
    Right turn (zombie), about turn
    Double up (zombie), salute
    Open your hat (zombie), stand at ease
    Fall in (zombie), fall out
    Fall down (zombie), get ready

    Halt
    Order
    Dismiss

    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie
    Zombie, zombie Writer/s: Kuti Fela Anikulapo
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, BMG VM MUSIC FRANCE, EMI MUSIC PUBLISHING FRANCE, F.K.O. Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 1

  • Seminal from NigeriaI love this song sooo much, it mist be tough for soldiers too. Doing anything you are told without questioning
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