Make A Prayer


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       Sami Yusuf (www.nogomistars.com/samiyusuf)

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  • Sami Yusuf was born in the month July 1980. He was born into a musical family of Azeri origin and thus music played an integral part in his life. Sami’s initial training came from his father, who is an internationally renowned composer, poet, and a multitalented musician. Sami learnt to play several instruments at a very young age and gradually began to show a keen interest in singing and comp
     

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      Make A Prayer
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  • Lyricist : Sami Yusuf & Bara Kherigi
  • Composer : Sami Yusuf
  • Arranger : Sami Yusuf
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  • English Font O people In a hut made of tin and clay A small boy dreams away Of clean water and a meal a day And not to fear mines as he plays each day O people Somewhere dark and out of the way Aids has found yet another prey To save his life he just couldn’t pay Tell me what we’re going to do For our brothers in Durban For our sisters in Darfur Show me what we’re going to do Are we just going to sit there? Nice and cosy on our armchairs Will we not even make a prayer? You might ask yourself Why should I help these people? They’ll tell you why We’re not so different from you We have dreams just like you But they were buried with the bodies of our loved ones O people Are we deaf, dumb, and blind? What is going through our minds? Don’t we care for the rest of mankind? O people We claim to love peace and justice Why do we preach what we don’t practice? Let’s help them out of this darkness Tell me what we’re going to do For our brothers in Ethiopia For our sisters in Rwanda Show me what we’re going to do Are we just going to sit there? Nice and cosy on our armchairs Will we not even make a prayer?
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