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tribal seeds weed song

So burn,
Put your two lungs to work.
Oh I say burn,
Put your two lungs to work.
Yeah, for the ganja smoking, for the ganja.
Yeah, for the ganja smoking, for the marijuana.

So burn,
Put your two lungs to work.
Oh I say burn,
Put your two lungs to work.
For the ganja smoking, for the ganja.
Yeah, for the ganja smoking, for the marijuana.

Babylon you break the very laws that you made,
To ban out Jah garden, is a mistake.
I man is the roots and not the branches,
I see through your lies little son of a.
Lord, bless I wit the abundant herb for meditation,
Grow it and spread it to the whole nation.
Nuff of the youth spread negative vibration,
All wrapped up in downpression.
But in I herbal garden, is a sweet medicine for me,
In I herbal garden, is what inspired this melody.

Sensimilla is a gift from Jah,
I will not follow your man made law.
Me nah ’cause no trouble with Jah herb in me pipe,
Yes me fire up and yes me feel alright.
Me blaze up the green when me feeling the blues,
To plant tribal seeds is what I and I choose.
Never disrespect I will never abuse,
It is laws of the book, I follow the rules.
In I herbal garden is a sweet medicine for me,
In I herbal garden is what inspired this melody.

Can I get some meditation today?
Can I get a good vibration today?
Can I get some meditation today?
Can I get a good vibration today?

Come on and burn,
Put your two lungs to work.
Oh I say burn,
Put your two lungs to work.
For the ganja smoking, for the ganja.
For the ganja smoking, for the marijuana.

Please mister herbs man!
Whoa, mister herbs man!
Yea, collie herbs man!
Herbs man!

Photo by Anders Junger

Tribal Seeds finally made their way into Northern Colorado, bringing along Los Angeles based reggae groups The Expanders and Arise Roots, blessing reggae lovers who have a passion of getting irie under the moon. The first two bands to hit the stage were there to bring the roots. Arise Roots started the show with some smooth reggae, but before you knew it they had the whole crowd with their hands in the air. After that, it is safe to say that the night only got groovier as the music went on. The last opener to perform were The Expanders, an oh so perfect warm up to Tribal Seeds. Being sure to give vocal tribute to Colorado’s liberation of marijuana, it felt like a headlining performance in itself with their stellar mellow sounds and lively vocals.

BFS: One of my favorite things about you guys is how you let the fuel from the failed system inspire and create your music. What is the biggest, simplest message you stand behind?

Tony-Ray: I think everyone takes in the messages their own way, for some, yeah, they focus on marijuana and that type of theme and purpose of reggae music. For others though herb is an introduction into reggae music and once you get that introduction you start to learn about what the message is about. What it started with in Jamaica and it is a very spiritual message.

BFS: I really like how you incorporate dub into your music, was there any specific moment that inspired you guys to create such a sound and style or did it just come naturally?

The herb was rooted off Solomon’s grave
Him was the wisest king who ever did live
You know say knotty dreads them grown on the top of his head. Head, his head
You know the ignorant them say we impure
Commercials lie about the weed that’s for sure
Media propaganda we nah want it no more, no more

Rasta say smoke smoke
I mon say smoke smoke
Sisters say smoke smoke
Idrens say smoke smoke
Light up your ganja marijuana
Light up your ganja marijuana

In the higher of places
All them want is war
In the higher of places
All them crave is power
Let it ease your mind
Let the herb ease your mind

Rasta say smoke smoke
I mon say smoke smoke
Sisters say smoke smoke
Idrens say smoke smoke
Light up your ganja marijuana
Light up your ganja marijuana

In the early of the morning
In the midday sun
In the stillness of night
When the herb is ripe
Smoke smoke, smoke smoke
Smoke smoke