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Black Skin The Prophet - Every Man Have His Tomorrow, Every Man Have His Sorrow

A new song “Every Man Have His Tomorrow, Every Man Have His Sorrow” by Black Skin The Prophet aka Sonny Washington, he is the one of the reggae legends from the 1970s. And version “Every Mickle Mek A Muckle” reminiscent of the deejay version by Akinsanya. Riddim by top Jamaican musicians, and Black Skin The Prophet songs and lyric is give us the positive vibration.

Lyrics

Every man have his tomorrow, Every man have his sorrow
(written by Washington Reece)

Chorus
Every man have his tomorrow
Every man have his sorrow(repeat)
Verse 1
You dont need to worry today
Tomorrow could be yor day
You could have much of your plenty
Would give unto the have not who are waiting and its tomorrow
Waiting An its tomorrow
One hand washes the other
So that would dry your sorrow
So that would dry your sorrow
‘Cause every man have his tommorow
Chorus
Every man have his tomorrow
Every man have his sorrow (repeat)

Verse 2
Some rich and some real poor
Some will rise and some will fall
It were ordain
Seven times man would rise
Seven times man would fall
Ini have faith in Jah
Will live to see the rising Sun
And never has no sorrow
Every man have his tomorrow
Chorus
Every man have his tomorrow
Every man have his sorrow (repeat)

Verse 3
Some rich and some real poor
Some will rise and some will fall
It were ordain
Seven times man would rise
Seven times man would fall
Ini live in Jah
Will live to see the rising Sun
Rise with the morning Sun
And never has no sorrow
Every man have his tomorrow
Chorus
Every man have his tomorrow
Every man have his sorrow (repeat)

Repeat Verse 3
Chorus
Chorus




Every Mickle Mek A Muckle
(written by Lloyd Palmer)

Chorus
Yeah yeah
Yuh hear what Blackskin say
O oaye
Yuh hear!

There no progress without a struggle
An every mickle mek a muckle(every little things make thing make up)
An every bass have a treble
An every trouble have a double
Under feet trouble get trample
Crumble in a di rumble
So tun yuh han mek fashion
Rise to the occasion
Yea yeah yeah
Blackskin say
Unto Jah I pray

Chorus

Find you tank full just be thankful
No resentment don’t be awefull
‘Cause some needy needy a just greedy greedy
Have plenty plenty and still wanty wanty
Have some gratitude don’t be rude
Attitude determines altitude
Hhhhuuu a so it go
Full the basket by one one coco
Although ‘tings poco poco
Brethren and sistren don’t get loco

Chorus

JAH answer us when we cry
He wipe tears from weary eyes
Jah love I do abide
Whether high or low tide



Musicians

Lead vocal: Black Skin The Prophet aka Sonny Washington
Vocal/Piano/Organ/Percussions: Akinsanya
Harmony: Akinsanya
Guitars: Phillip Palmer
Bass: Devon Axx Bradshaw
Drums: Donovan Miller
Recorded at Axx Of Jahpostle (Jamaica)

Engineered by Junior Wize
Produced by Junior Wize, Akinsanya



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