The Jamaica National Pledge and Song are two of the island's symbols of our heritage, strength and individualism.
It seeks to allow ALL Jamaicans the right to call themselves a FREE nation, independent in nature, mind, body and soul.
These National symbolisms are taught from the very first day we set foot in a school system. I remember reciting this pledge and singing this song every day at devotion along with the National Anthem of Jamaica.
We did it more during Independence and Black History Month though. whichever way it went it could not be mistakenly forgotten because of the repetition. I still remember the words and tune of the Jamaica National Pledge and Song respectively to this date.
Below I have written out the words for your perusal as well as included a video that displays the tune and words in action simultaneously. Without further ado...:
Now here are the words to our National Song For Schools:
Now for the words of our National Pledge:
This National Pledge is for use at the beginning and end of each school term, and on other special occasions.
There is also a more summarized version of the Pledge that is also used in schools. The words are as follows:
I hope that you will get a chance to study these words of the Jamaica National Pledge and Song and make it a part of your patriotism as Jamaicans and/or Jamaican enthusiasts.
Source: Jamaica Information Service (JIS)
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