The Abyssinians - Satta Massagana (Satta Massagana)

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The Abyssinians
Satta Massagana
Satta Massagana

Satta Massagana lyrics:

There is a land, far far away
Where there's no night, there's only day
Look into the book of life, and you will see
That there's a land, far far away
That there's a land, far far away

The King of Kings and the Lord of Lords
Sit upon His throne and He rules us all
Look into the book of life, and you will see
That He rules us all
That He rules us all

The King of Kings and the Lord of Lords
Sit upon His throne and He rules us all
Look into the book of life, and you will see
That He rules us all
That He rules us all

There is a land, far far away
Where there's no night, there's only day
Look into the book of life, and you will see
That there's a land, far far away
That there's a land, far far away

Satta Massagana (Give thanks and praises)
Ahamlack, Ulaghize (to God continually)
Satta Massagana (Give thanks and praises)
Ahamlack, Ulaghize (to God continually)
Ulaghize, Ulaghize (continually, continually)

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i grew up listening to my dad sing this to me so i would go to sleep at night (:

Author — Ciena Jadu

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every race, every religion can relate to this timeless music

Author — denise edwards

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This song is very deep, and it is real.

Author — Patricia Moore

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One of the greatest tracks ever! 21-gun salute.

Author — YAADZONE INC.

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love this song, it gives goose bumps. true reflections.
xxx

Author — goodlife925

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This is proof right here that reggae music is not well known at all. With millions claiming that they love reggae music, how come they don't know that this is the required reggae song? Should have millions of hits.

Author — riptack heigberns

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Timeless Music.  From Riddim to Lyrics, it's a shame music nuh mek like dis again.

Author — Ayanna

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The drop at the beginning of the tune makes it an instant classic, the bassline with those horns. Woiii.

Author — JW93

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i would like to start this comment by saying i am a dyed-in-the-wool athiest. that said, i can't even being to speak to what this song means to me on a spiritual level.

just on a musical level, the harmony is beautiful. i don't believe in an afterlife, but if there is one, this song is as close as we as humans can come to experiencing it on this earth.

Author — openhead

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I have been searching way back for song like these. I am 25 y/o. I want to bring back these songs

Author — Gameplay Drama

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Gives me strength when i'm weak Jah Rastafari

Author — Goated forever

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All  Nations, Pheobies, Red Lion, Crypt, Mustin Road, Batavia Road, Mile End, Jah Shaka Halesworth Road, beautiful memories. I was Blessed to be part of it.

Author — Angie O'Connor

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Eternal conscious sound.. Pure inspiration <3

Author — Valentino Di Donato

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Far east....The most high is still on his throne...take me back to my youte days in the hills of St. Andrew's Jamaica...

Author — Kwame Taylor

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Me voy a mantener más fuerte voy a seguir subiendo más alto, mucho más cuando el enemigo dice que no puedo saber que es solo que no quieren verme llegar, están sorprendidos por mi habilidad pero se sorprenderán mucho más cuando vean que tengo mucha capacidad de lo que ellos imaginas, soy el león del trivuu de Levi, Dios es mi fuerza y mi refugio confío en él se que nunca me dejará Su presencia y su espíritu me aminima todos los días diciéndome que no me abandone que yo puedo Superar me dice que soy el elegido que me mantenga en pie que pronto me coronará.

Author — franklin laureano

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abyssinians eu gosto muito ainda bem que eles estarão fazendo um showl aqui en (recife) agora en agosto estou ancioso..:)

Author — Marcos Vinicios

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David roddigan droped this on saturday night glad i found it big tune! 

Author — mrfundah

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Growing up as a kid in Jamaica, I preferred R&B but reggae is pervasive so I learned it by osmosis, it was constantly around. This song was pervasive, even if you weren't into Rastafarianism (most Jamaicans aren't) but it's part of the texture of being a Jamaican, can't escape it. My father was a cop and he was a good friend and drinking buddies with the guy who owned Tuff Gong records, so he got a lot of 45's of these songs. My brother kept all those records, he didn't throw any away. He loved this song.

Author — J Pennant

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wonderfull great rasta love and peace bless you.

Author — Cora Visser

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Third World Does a Great Cover of This Song. I Saw Them here on B.I. Hawaii about 5 xs & to hear this done Live by them along w/ songs like Jah Glory, was very Powerful. I Miss Bunny Rugs!

Author — Sky Miles Dossey