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I sit and wait
Does an angel contemplate my fate
And do they know
The places where we go
When we’re grey and old
‘Cause I have been told
That salvation lets their wings unfold
So when I’m lying in my bed
Thoughts running through my head
And I feel the love is dead
I’m loving angels instead
And through it all she offers me protection
A lot of love and affection
Whether I’m right or wrong
And down the waterfall
Wherever it may take me
I know that life won’t break me
When I come to call, she won’t forsake me
I’m loving angels instead
When I’m feeling weak
And my pain walks down a one way street
I look above
And I know I’ll always be blessed with love
And as the feeling grows
She breathes flesh to my bones
And when love is dead
I’m loving angels instead
Well through this all she offers me protection
With a lot of love and affection
Whether I’m right or wrong
And down the waterfall
Wherever it may take me
I know that life won’t break me
When I come to call, she won’t forsake me
I’m loving angels instead
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Sovereign: Queen Elizabeth II (1952)

Governor-General: Frederick Ballantyne (2002)

Prime Minister: Ralph Gonsalves (2001)

Total area: 150 sq mi (389 sq km)

Population (2014 est.): 102,918 (growth rate: -0.29%); birth rate: 13.85/1000; infant mortality rate: 13.07/1000; life expectancy: 74.86; density per sq mi: 792

Capital and largest city (2011 est.): Kingstown, 31,000

Monetary unit: East Caribbean dollar

Current government officials

Languages: English, French patois

Ethnicity/race: black 66%, mixed 19%, East Indian 6%, European 4%, Carib Amerindian 2%, other 3%

Religions: Anglican 47%, Methodist 28%, Roman Catholic 13%, Hindu, Seventh-Day Adventist, other Protestant 12%

Literacy rate: 96% (1970 est.)

Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2013 est.): $1.335 billion; per capita $12,100. Real growth rate: 2%. Inflation: 2.8%. Unemployment: 18.8% (2008 est.). Arable land: 12.82%. Agriculture: bananas, coconuts, sweet potatoes, spices; small numbers of cattle, sheep, pigs, goats; fish. Labor force: 57,520 (2007 est); agriculture 26%, industry 17%, services 57% (1980 est.). Industries: tourism; food processing, cement, furniture, clothing, starch. Natural resources: hydropower, cropland. Exports: $45.7 million (2013): bananas, eddoes and dasheen (taro), arrowroot starch, tennis racquets. Imports: $301.5 million (2013): foodstuffs, machinery and equipment, chemicals and fertilizers, minerals and fuels. Major trading partners: Barbados, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua and Barbuda, U.S., Grenada, Dominica, Turkey, Dominica, Singapore, China (2012).

Member of Commonwealth of Nations

Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 19,400 (2012); mobile cellular: 135,500 (2012) Radio broadcast stations: AM 1, FM 10, shortwave 0 (2009). Radios: 77,000 (1997). Television broadcast stations: 1 (plus three repeaters) (2007). Televisions: 18,000 (1997). Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 305 (2012). Internet users: 76,000 (2009).

Transportation: Railways: 0 km. Highways: total: 829 km; paved: 580 km; unpaved: 249 km (2003 est.). Ports and harbors: Kingstown. Airports: 6 (2013).

International disputes: Joins other Caribbean states to counter Venezuela’s claim that Aves Island sustains human habitation, a criterion under United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which permits Venezuela to extend its Economic Exclusion Zone/continental shelf over a large portion of the eastern Caribbean Sea.

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10 FACTS ABOUT ST VINCENT & THE GRENADINES

1. There are over 32 stunning islands and cays that make up St Vincent & The Grenadines. Of these 9 are inhabited.

2. The capital of St Vincent & The Grenadines is Kingstown which is often referred to as “The City of Arches” due to there being 400 arches in the capital.

3. There is an active volcano on St Vincent which last erupted in 1979.

Grenadines Volcano

4. St Vincent & The Grenadines is home to the oldest Botanical Gardens in the Western Hemisphere and was founded in 1765.

5. The national bird is The Amazona Guildingii.

6. Fried Jackfish and Roasted Breadfruit is the National Dish of the country, both are equally delicious.

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7. There are gold, black and white sand beaches in St Vincent & The Grenadines.

8. The King’s Hill Reserve is one of the oldest forest reserves in the Western Hemisphere. Established in 1791 and with an elevation of 600 feet, it provides a habitat for protected wildlife and a home for more than 26 identified species of tropical trees and shrubs.

9. Pirates of the Caribbean I, II and III were all filmed here.

10. The Prime Minister of St Vincent & The Grenadines is Dr Ralph Gonsalves. The country is governed under the Westminster political system.

Geography

St. Vincent, chief island of the chain, is 18 mi (29 km) long and 11 mi (18 km) wide and is located 100 mi (161 km) west of Barbados. The island is mountainous and well forested. St. Vincent is dominated by the volcano Mount Soufrire, which rises to 4,048 ft (1,234 m). The Grenadines, a chain of nearly 600 islets with a total area of only 17 sq mi (27 sq km), extend for 60 mi (96 km) between St. Vincent and Grenada. The main islands in the Grenadines are Bequia, Balliceau, Canouan, Mayreau, Mustique, Isle D’Quatre, Petit Saint Vincent, and Union Island.

Government

Parliamentary democracy.

History

The Carib Indians inhabited St. Vincent before the Europeans arrived, and the island still sports a sizable number of Carib artifacts. Explored by Columbus in 1498, and alternately claimed by Britain and France, St. Vincent became a British colony by the Treaty of Paris in 1763. In 1773, the island was divided between the Caribs and the British, but conflicts between the groups persisted. In 1776, the Caribs revolted and were subdued. Thereafter the British deported most of them to islands in the Gulf of Honduras. Sugarcane cultivation brought thousands of African slaves and, later, Portuguese and East Indian laborers.

The islands belonged to the West Indies Federation from 1958 until its dissolution in 1962, won home rule in 1969 as part of the West Indies Associated States, and achieved full independence Oct. 27, 1979. Prime Minister Milton Cato’s government quelled a brief rebellion on Dec. 8, 1979, attributed to economic problems following the eruption of Mount Soufrire in April 1979 (which had caused the evacuation of the northern two-thirds of the island). The eruption, followed by Hurricane Allen in 1980, seriously damaged the nation’s economy, particularly the important banana crop, in the 1980s. But by the 1990s the economy had begun to rebound. With the 1999 decision by the European Union to end its preferential treatment of bananas imported from former colonies, St. Vincent sought to diversify its economy, primarily through expanding tourism.

In 2001 elections, the Unity Labour Party (ULP) won a landslide upset, and Ralph Gonsalves, a lawyer, became the new prime minister. In 2005, he was reelected.

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