Meet at Trafalgar Square at 3pm – do check here a week before to check for any changes.

Lyrics below. Song composed and arranged by Tom Morley

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Callin’ the People
One Hundred Years from Now
I heard your children grew up
Makin’ Peace Somehow
Callin’ the People
What did your young ancestors do
On Peace Day?
They tuned into their Roots
They tuned into their Roots

Mother Africa, Mother Africa
Father Africa, Father Africa
Ubuntu is the way you live, Ubuntu is the way you live
Ubuntu is the gift you give, Ubuntu is the gift you give
And given a beat
Rhythm and Harmony’s back on The Street
And given a beat
Rhythm and Harmony’s back on The Street

Brother Africa, Brother Africa
Sister Africa, Sister Africa
I am because we are, I am because we are
I am because we ARE

AMANI – UBUNTU – AMANI – UBUNTU – AMANI – UBUNTU – AMANI

Callin’ the Future
Receivin’ you loud and clear
Teach us what we can do
To Make Peace Now Right Here
Callin’ the Future
How do we upgrade our lives
On Peace Day
Goodbye to Guns and Knives
Goodbye to Guns and Knives

Mother Africa, Mother Africa
Father Africa, Father Africa
Ubuntu is the way you live, Ubuntu is the way you live
Ubuntu is the gift you give, Ubuntu is the gift you give
And given a chance
Give us a beat and our feet will dance
And given a chance
Give us a beat and our feet will dance.

Brother Africa, Brother Africa
Sister Africa, Sister Africa
I am because we are, I am because we are
I am because we ARE

AMANI – UBUNTU – AMANI – UBUNTU – AMANI – UBUNTU – AMANI