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#1: What Song Is This

Posted on 2006-07-12 05:17:09 by todd.hudgens

I've been having trouble identifying a song, here are the lyrics of the
beginning of the song:

Keep up the pressure on the oppressor, keep it up. (2x)
Keep it up right and left,
Keep it up east and west,
Keep it up north and south,
You know what I'm talking about.

Hit them from within and hit them from without.
Hit them a yard and you hit them abroad,
Pull out the dread and you pull out the bread.
Now they see, who is afraid.

Keep up the pressure on the oppressor, keep it up. (2x)

They can't get it over,
They can't get under it.
South Africa must be free, like the Statue of Liberty.
Hit them with a right and ya hit them with a left.

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#2: Re: What Song Is This

Posted on 2006-07-12 11:12:56 by its_a_false_address

That's "Pressure" by Jimmy Cliff, available on his 1989-album-release
"Save Our Planet Earth".
Bless, Tom.


Todd wrote:
> I've been having trouble identifying a song, here are the lyrics of the
> beginning of the song:
>
> Keep up the pressure on the oppressor, keep it up. (2x)
> Keep it up right and left,
> Keep it up east and west,
> Keep it up north and south,
> You know what I'm talking about.
>
> Hit them from within and hit them from without.
> Hit them a yard and you hit them abroad,
> Pull out the dread and you pull out the bread.
> Now they see, who is afraid.
>
> Keep up the pressure on the oppressor, keep it up. (2x)
>
> They can't get it over,
> They can't get under it.
> South Africa must be free, like the Statue of Liberty.
> Hit them with a right and ya hit them with a left.

Report this message