The Natural Mystics | Love Thy Neighbor

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Love Thy Neighbor

by The Natural Mystics

Reggae Jam Band from Antigua and New York.
Genre: Reggae: Pop-Reggae
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Art ‘Ski’ Halperin: Vocals, Guitars, Keys
Charlesworth ‘Obadiah’ Mackett Sebastian: Vocals, Guitar
Winston ‘Shugz’ Riley: Bass
George “M 16” Mussington: Drums

Special Guests...
Fred Simmons: Trombone
KJ Denhert: Vocals

Recorded @ Top of the World Studios in NY
& Shugs Porch in Antigua
Written and Produced by Art Ski
© 2016 Sword in the Stone Records, Inc.

Love Thy Neighbor!!!

Mama, why they shoot them down?
Just because their skin is brown
Tell me why they curse them so?
Everywhere these people go
Father, why they hang them high?
Say that they deserve to die
Tell me why they act so cruel?
Don’t they know the golden rule?

Do unto your brother man
As you would have them do to you
Heed to these words that command
Love thy neighbor through and through

Mama, why they cut them down?
Kick them when they’re on the ground
Tell me where’s the victory?
When you have to kill somebody

Do unto your brother man
As you would have them do to you
Heed to the words that command
To love thy neighbor through and through

Eye for eye, tooth for tooth
Has never worked before
Ancient minds in modern times
Always leads to war

Do unto your brother man
As you would have them do to you
Heed to the words that command
To love thy neighbor through and through

Words and Music by Art Halperin © 2016

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