Can You Imagine How I Feel?

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Hey, nana nana, nana
Can you imagine how I feel?

All day, all night
Working to earn my honest bread
But all that I achieve is sorrowness, bitterness and pain
Have been treated like I’m a fool
Morning, noon and night
But when the table turn, I’ll be alright

Violence won’t win the fight
So with faith I’ve got to hold on tight
Hold on and never let go
With my shoulder to the wheel
Hurting pains, I’ve got got to squeal
Can you imagine how I feel?

Watering sounds I heard from my Master
(Hold on tight and never let go)
Wait until the day of harvest
(The spider shall be at the devil’s chest)
They shall be like dogs to get vomit
Then I and I shall be fit a fit
In my hip there’ll be a whipping stick
To chase the devil and his host
Yeah, yeah, eh

Hey, nana nana, nana
Can you imagine how I feel?
Hey, nana nana, nana
Can you imagine how I feel?

Watering sounds I heard from my Master
(Hold on tight and never let go)
Wait until the day of harvest
(The spider shall be at the devil’s chest)
They shall be like dogs to get vomit
Then I and I shall be fit a fit
In my hip there’ll be a whipping stick
To chase the devil and his host
Yeah, yeah, eh

All day, all night
Working to earn my honest bread
But all that I achieve is sorrowness, bitterness and pain
Have been treated like I’m a fool
Morning, noon and night
But when the table turn, I’ll be alright

Violence won’t win the fight
So with faith I’ve got to hold on tight
Hold on and never let go
With my shoulder to the wheel
Hurting pains, I’ve got got to squeal
Can you imagine how I feel?

Hey, nana nana, nana
Can you imagine how I feel?
More question than answers…
Hey, hey
Nana nana, nana
Can you imagine how I feel…

Can You Imagine How I Feel? The Gladiators. 1978.

Published by Saâd Kadhi

Archeofuturist & retromodernist with a knack for individualistic altruism

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