From the recording Rasta Refugee

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Lyrics

The All American Way by Tukso Okey

Poor Chief rainbow had to go to war
Leading his people to death by the score
Some were children some were men
The women stayed home their youngest they would fend

The all American way

Scurrying like rats on a field of snow
Downtrodden paths the blood would flow
Men in blue sniffing at their heels
Now they know how the buffalo feels

The all American way

Sound of the bugle glisten of the blade
Charging at sunrise the colonel led a raid
Arms and heads scattered all about
Soldiers crying trying to figure it out

The all American way

Rainbow in water rainbow in sky
Spirit of the chief will never die
I’ll remember the man I’ll remember his life
I’ll remember his misery I’ll remember his strife

The all American way