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Dambala
Exuma Lyrics


Sing of the wings of a three toad frog
Eat weeds from the deepest part of the sea
bring the trumpet from heaven
And the fire from hell
Then nobody can break the spell

Chorus
Oh Dambala, come Dambala
Oh Dambala, come Dambala

On the seventh day God will appear
On the seventh night Satan will be there
On the seventh day God will appear
On the seventh night Satan will be there

Oh Dambala, come Dambala
Oh Dambala, come Dambala

You slavers will know what it's like to be a slave
A slave to your hearts, a slave to your head
A slave to your souls, a slave to your graves

You won't go to heaven
You won't go to hell
You'll remain in your graves
with the stench and the smell

Oh Dambala, come Dambala
Oh Dambala, come Dambala

I'll melt down your walls
I'll melt down your steel guns
I'll make you dumb
I'll make you blind

Dambala send demons
Dambala send angels
Dambala send fire
Dambala send water

Oh Dambala, come Dambala
Oh Dambala, come Dambala

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Popyeni

" You slavers will know
What it's like to be a slave
A slave to your hearts
A slave to your heads
A slave to your souls
A slave to your graves
You won't go to heaven
You won't go to hell
You'll remain in your graves
With the stench and the smell "



All comments from YouTube:

mastertrey

This song sounds like it would be in the ending credits of the world.

Sina Muscarina

True. Like, now for example 😅

Mary Buell

I love this whole album!!

90s Baby

@Harv3y79 lol yes.

livewireOr

lmao, quote of the year.

Harv3y79

TWrecks its played in the end credits of a film called "catch me daddy"

Mio

It's weird to me how people think this song is scary and disturbing. I read a post from a guy saying it was the creepiest song he had heard. It's so beautiful and calming

Diepzeevis

I think it's the same as how some people are scared of concepts like 'death' and 'the end'. For some these thoughts are calming. This song seems to evoke similar emotions.

Humble 9300

I just herd this tonight and that wasn't my first thought. I don't know what people think

Christopher Richard Barker

Exuma sounds like he's singing in his sleep while experiencing a traumatically emotional dream.

I love the cannon booms which obviously reference colonialism. The backing vocals are beautifully eerie. Overall, a wonderfully eclectic fusion of sound.

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