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Haiti Song Lyrics By Christy Moore, written by John Spillane and Christy. From the album ''Folk Tale''

Haiti was born, The Calabash was broken
The waters of the world flowed down the mountain
From the sacred caves came The Mestizo
Island people of The Arawak Taino

In Port-au-Prince the city has fallen
From rubble and dust a voice is calling
Hear the fearful cry of a frightened nation
Carried on the wind from The Carribbean Ocean

O Haiti when I heard your cry I knew that you were broken
O Haiti you will rise again, one day you'll smile again
My Creole sister

Way back in the time when Skibbereen lay mourning
There came a messenger of love from The Choctaw Nation
Let us fill the ship of love, navigate beneath the stars
To The Island People on their trail of tears

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