Viva Nigeria
Fela Kuti Lyrics


This is brother Fela Ransome Kuti
This is one time I'd like to say few things
Men are born
Kings are made
Treaties are signed
Wars are fought
Every countries has its own problems
So has Nigeria
So has Africa
Let us bind our wounds
And live together with peace
Nigeria one nation indivisible
Long live Nigeria
Viva Africa!

The history of mankind
Is full of obvious turning points and significant events

Though tongues and tribes may differ
We are all Nigerians
We are are all Africans
Wars is not the answer
It has never been the answer
And it will never be the answer of fight amongst each other
Let's live toghether in peace
Nigeria one nation indivisible
Long live Nigeria
Viva Africa!

Let's eat together like we used to eat
Lets dance together like we used to dance
Sing together like we used to sing
Dance together like we used to dance
United we Stand
Divided we fall
You know what l mean
I hope you do
Let us bind our wounds
And live together in peace
Nigeia one nation indivisible
Long live Nigeria
Viva Africa!
Brothrs and sisters in Africa
Never should we learn to wage war against each other
Let Nigeria be a lesson to all
We have more to learn
Towards building than destroy
Our people can't afford any more sufferings
Let's join hands Africa We have nothing to lose but lot to gain
War is not the answer
War has never been the answer
And it would never be the answer
Fighting among each other
One nation indivisible
Long live Nigeria
Viva Africa!

Writer(s): Kuti Fela Anikulapo, Fela Anikulapo Kuti

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Aurea Producción Audiovisual

Siempre vivan los hombres libres!!! Greetings from Perú.

OCHI VICTOR

Reminiscing The Nigerian Biafara War! Painful memory.

LOUIS OTIENO

Extremely painful

Ronke Ayinke

fantastic.

LX Money

singing from his graves?

Sam

Long Live Nigeria - VIVA AFRICA.

LOUIS OTIENO

LONG LIVE NIGERIA, VIVA AFRICA