THE ROYAL ETHIOPIAN CREED
Princes and Princesses must trod out of Egypt,
Ithiopians now stretch forth their hands to Haile Selassie I, Rastafari
O' Haile Selassie I of Ithiopia, I'n'I Ivine Majesty,
Thy Irits come into I to dwell in the parts of righteousness.
Lead I'n'I, Help I'n'I to forgive that I'n'I must be forgiven
Teach I'n'I love, loyalty on earth as it is in Zion
Endow I'n'I with thy wise mind, knowledge and overstanding to do Thy will,
Thy blessing to I'n'I O . Let the hungry be fed, the naked clothed,
The sick nourished; the aged protected, and the infants cared for
Deliver I'n'I from the hands of I an' I enemies that I'n'I must prove fruitful in these perilous days
When Ian'I enemies are passed and decayed
In the depths of the sea, in the depths of the earth or in the belly of a beast
Give I'n'I a place in thy Iverliving Kingdom
Through the Power of the Kings of Kings, Lord of Lords,
Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Elect of Himself and Light of This World,
I'n'I Ivine Majesty, Emperor Haile Selassie I, Rastafari
First I-ncient King of Iration
The I art the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning Without End, the First and Forever,
The Protector of all human faith and the Ruler of the Iniverse
Thou art the only High Priest of the Order of Melchisedek,
Who Liveth and Reigneth Foriver.
I'n'I hail to I'n'I Father and King Emperor Haile Selassie I, Rastafari !
Almighty I, Rastafari, Great and Thunderable I, Ras Tafari !
THE ROYAL ETHIOPIAN ANTHEM
Ethiopia the land of our father, The land where Rastafari love to be.
As the swift clouds are suddenly gathered, Thy children are gathered to thee.
With our Red Gold and Green floating over I, With our Emperor to shield I from wrong,
With I King and I future before I n I, I n I hail and I shout and I chant.
Haile Selassie I is, I Negus, Negus high, Who keeps Ithiopia free,
To advance, to advance with truths and rights,
To advance, to advance with love and light,
With righteousness leading, I n I Hail to Rastafari I n I King
Imanity is pleading, One Rastafari for I n I.
0' Iternal Rastafari of all ages, Grant to I n I sons that lead,
Thy wise mind thou has given to the ages, When Ithiopia was so in need.
Thy voice through the dim pass has spoken, Ithiopia now stretch forth her hand,
By shall all barriers be broken, And Mt. Zion bless our dear Father-land.
Ethiopians, the tyrants are falling, Who smote thee upon thy knee,
And thy children are heartically chanting, From over the distant sea.
Rastafari, the great one has heard I n I, He has noted I sighs and I tears.
With the irits of love He has brought I n I, to be one all through the tradding years.