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OK Malgus, I liked that one. And so that you know, looks like my granddaughters are going to Southerners being they were born in NC and there’s no indication from my daughter and her hubby that they plan to come back to New England.

For anyone here that didn’t listen to the music that Leopard posted a while back, even though it is in Afrikaans and I don’t understand a word he is saying, I feel the power of the story he is telling and found myself wishing we had a patriotic singer of his caliber. I went and found other music by him and listen to it periodically.

Leopard posted this with a translation in the South Africa thread in News & Current Events forum. I pulled the video from YouTube and then added Leopard’s translation:

Every time you hear the thunder and the rain drops fall on the ground – that has just been lend to us
You feel like a ghost because you stand alone
In the land of milk and honey
You know I would have built you a railway line
From the northern dessert to the old Karoo
I want to keep you safe

But who can I trust
You know we cannot loose this way
This is not what I want to hear
Every time you hear the thunder and the rain drops fall on the ground that just been lend to us
You feel like a ghost because you stand alone.
In the land of milk and honey

You look at me, but your eyes are empty
Your feet are not moving
You know you need to leave
You are broken down. Now, tell me
Where is the land of milk and honey?

They are taking from us
Our rights are broken down
They think what we’ve got left
We got just like that
But it took sweat and blood
Now it is going to eat our lives
Do we fight for our human rights?
So easily forgotten
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