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Common – Black America Again (feat. Stevie Wonder)

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[Intro] *Alton Sterling Incident* [Verse: Common] Here we go, here, here we go again Trayvon’ll never get to be an older man Black children, they childhood stole from them Robbed of our names and our language, stole again Who stole the soul from black folk? Same man that stole the lamb from cheap black smoke […]

Common – Black America Again (feat. Stevie Wonder) (Black America Again Album)

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Here we go, here, here we go again Trayvon’ll never get to be an older man Black children, they childhood stole from them Robbed of our names and our language, stole again Who stole the soul from black folk? Same man that stole the lamb from cheap black smoke And made the whip crackle on […]

Common – Black America Again (feat. Stevie Wonder) (Black America Again Album) letras

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Here we go, here, here we go again Trayvon’ll never get to be an older man Black children, they childhood stole from them Robbed of our names and our language, stole again Who stole the soul from black folk? Same man that stole the lamb from cheap black smoke And made the whip crackle on […]

Common & BJ The Chicago Kid – Black America Again (On Jimmy Fallon) (Live) letras

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Here we go, here, here we go again Trayvon’ll never get to be an older man Black children, they childhood stole from them Robbed of our names and our language, stole again Who stole the soul from black folk? Same man that stole the lamb from cheap black smoke And made the whip crackle on […]

Common – Black America Again (feat. BJ The Chicago Kid) (On Jimmy Fallon) (Live) letras

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Here we go, here, here we go again Trayvon’ll never get to be an older man Black children, they childhood stole from them Robbed of our names and our language, stole again Who stole the soul from black folk? Same man that stole the lamb from cheap black smoke And made the whip crackle on […]