New Sudan Unite
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This song calls for the unity of the Sudanese nation behind the flag of the SPLM and vision of a New Sudan and chronicles the history of the SPLM since May 16, 1983
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Upload date
June 12, 2009
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MP3 3.5 MB, bitrate 128 kbps.
3:46 minutes
Words/music
Emmanuel kembe & Benjamin Manyiel / Emmanuel Kembe © 1988
Story behind the song
This song was written while in the Sherkole Refugee camp-Ethiopia 1998.
Lyrics
TRACK 1 - NEW SUDAN UNITE New Sudan Unite..our freedom road unite unite unite.. New Sudan Unite..our freedom road unite unite unite.. In May 16, 1983 the SPLM determined The SPLA determined to save our coming generation From the scourge of war which twice in our life time And brought untold sorrow for our people...kalina unite.. New Sudan Unite..our freedom road unite unite unite..we got to unite New Sudan Unite..our freedom road unite unite unite..enh.. Unity with a real feelings.. I mean to say unity means forgiveness.. Cause no need to continue turning our anger To our selves, our unity is our power.. A power that will make New Sudan a dream that shall come true. And SPLM will restore..our dignity.. The SPLA will protect our identity.. And with confidence we will win the game.. If on the table or in the field..we are victorious.. And every one will live in peace and freedom eh.. Kalina unite... New Sudan Unite..hey hey hey..our freedom road unite unite unite..we got to unite.. New Sudan Unite..kalina fulfill.. our freedom road unite unite unite..the dream of Anyanya one..kalina unite New Sudan Unite..we got to fulfill..our freedom road unite unite unite.. the dream of Anyanya one..we got to unite New Sudan Unite..hey hey hey..our freedom road unite unite unite.... kalina unite New Sudan Unite..hey hey..our freedom road unite unite unite.. New Sudan Unite..our freedom road unite unite unite.. Lyric by/Emmanuel Kembe and Benjamin Manyiel Music by/Emmanuel Kembe. Sherkole Refugee camp-Ethiopia 1998.