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Erykah Badu - The Healer (lyrics, video, listen online)

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In this song, Erykah Badu declares that Hip-Hop is bigger than religion and it's bigger than the government. She explained to Westword, that she means this both literally and figuratively. Badu explained: "I've traveled all over the world, and I'm a student of religion and philosophy and music and science and quantum physics and people and anthropology and geology. And in doing all that, collecting all of this information, I find that everyone prays differently, at different times and for different things. But everywhere I go all over the world, from Japan to Mexico to Africa to Argentina, people nod their head to the snare and the kick in the same kind of way, whether they know the language or not. They feel it and they zone out to it. They become part of the culture of hip-hop. Because rap is something you do, but hip-hop is something you live. Rap is only one part of the hip-hop culture. It's the graffiti, it's deejaying, it's two turntables and a microphone, it's the dance, it's the dress, it's the look of that tribe. And there are members of that tribe all over this planet. It's traveled so far and so wide, more than anything. That's what we have in common. And it is bigger than religion. We don't have the same religion. We don't have the same political beliefs. But that we have in common, and I've seen it with my own eyes, and so have others. It can't be denied."
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The Healer lyrics:


Chorus:
Humdi Lila Allah Jehova
Yahweh Dios Ma'ad Jah
Rastafara fyah dance, sex, music, hip-hop

It's bigger than religion
hip-hop
it's bigger than my niggas
hip-hop
it's bigger than the government
(humdi luli lali lulo)
This one fa' Dilla, hip-hop
(humdi luli la, humdi luli la lilulo, humdi lulila humdi lulilaaa...)

V1
we ain't dead said the children don't believe it
We just made ourselves invisible
underwater, stove-top, blue flame scientist come out with your scales up
get baptized in the ocean of the hungry
(Humdi luli lalilulo, Humdi lulilalilu)
My niggas turn in to gods,
walls come tumblin...(aaahhh)

Chorus
Humdi lila Allah jehova
yahweh dios ma had ja
Rastafara fyah dance, sex, music, hip-hop

It's bigger than religion
hip-hop
it's bigger than my niggas
hip-hop
it's bigger than the government
(humdi luli lali lulo)
This one is the healer, hip-hop

(humdi luli la, humdi lulilalilulo, humdi lulila, humdi lulilaaaa)

V2
Told you we aint dead yet
we been livin' through your internet
you don't have to believe everything you think
we've been programmed wake up, we miss you.
they call you indigo, we call you Africa.
go get baptized in the ocean of the people
(Humdi luli lalulilo)
say reboot, refresh, restart.
fresh page, new day, o.g.'s, new key...

(humdi lulila, humdi lulila lilulo, humdi luli la, humdilulila)

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Most listeners are originally from Malta. This song's text is medium. It's interesting that the singer performing this song has not so many albums. This song has a lot of mirrors; just listen to it online without any troubles. This song is longer than the most songs. This song is included into 1 albums, namely: New Amerykah, Part One (4th World War). These albums are the most famous albums of the artist. Song mirrors tip: You can easily change poor mirror by means of the button at the bottom of the page or to reduce its rating on the song page.

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