No Agreement
Fela Kuti Lyrics


*(CHORUS) NO AGREEMENT TODAY, NO AGREEMENT
TOMORROW - 2X


I no go agree make my brother hungry, make I no talk
*(CHORUS) LA LA LA LA ! LA LA ! - [AFTER EACH LINE]
I no go agree make my brother jobless, make I no talk
I no go agree make my brother homeless, make I no talk

My grandpapa talk, your grandpapa talk
My grandmama talk, your grandmama talk
Your papa talk, my papa talk
My mama talk, your mama talk
Those wey no talk them they agree


I no go agree make my brother hungry, make I no talk
*(CHORUS) LA LA LA LA ! LA LA !


No agreement today, no agreement tomorrow
*(CHORUS) NO AGREEMENT TODAY, NO AGREEMENT TOMORROW – [AFTER EACH LINE]
No agreement now, later, never and ever

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Theena

My god that bass, that drummer, that keyboardist, and those epic horns. So good it should be illegal.

tomasz suchecki

@TristaCHANG 4SheriffAZGov&Prez Nov3! * ,są;

chidi Uchechukwu

We shall survive Fela's bass, drum beats and guitars 😀....sickening stuff. Greatness in audio artistry!

Paschal Akwetey

And drew me to the Devil's Horn.

TristaCHANG 4SheriffAZGov&Prez Nov3!

Well it kinda was. Underground Spiritual Game

ML

It could be illegal (today), but certainly shouldn't. But back in the day it indeed was LITERALLY illegal.

chidi Uchechukwu

We shall survive Fela's bass, drum beats and guitar sounds 😀. Sickening stuff! Greatness in audio artistry! 😥

osazuwa ogbeide

i never get tired of this man music because it music that will always relate to the political and social as well as ecnomic aspects of a failed society

Windy Mofire

Dysfunctional is more accurate

Gabriel

"Having helped enslave Nigerians during the colonial era, Fela believed that in the post-colonial era both Islam end Christianity continued to undermine African social and cultural values" - Man he was so right. Religion keeps dividing us. That never was Jesus' message

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