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AZEKATARLE

South African Liberation song, widely sung after the events in
Sharpville in 1958 when protestors were shot at and charged by
the military.
From Leon Rosselson, Roy Bailey and Frankie Armstrong.

Ah zee ka tar (le), no maz ya boz (zhwa)
See see mis ay ling koo loo lay ko
Ah zee ka tar (le), no maz ya boz (zhwa)
See see mis ay ling koo loo lay ko

Oon say ma lung twai lo
on say ma lung twai lo
Oon fo na ma to da
on fo na ma to da
Oon say ma lung twai lo
on say ma lung twai lo
Oon fo na ma to da
on fo na ma to da

Te na ban twa na ba zay ah preeka
See see mees ay ling koo loo lay ko
Te na ban twa na ba zay ah preeka
See see mees ay ling koo loo lay ko

We do not care if we got to prison
It is for freedom that we gladly go

A heavy load, a heavy load
And it will take some real strength

We are the children of Africa
It is for freedom that we gladly go

@African @freedom
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