'Prove It' by David Crowder




 
David Crowder

"Prove It"
(feat. K.B)

There is calm then there is storm
There is peace then there is war
There is love then we are torn,
oh Lord!

There's a void then there's a song
There's a death then we are born
There is blood then we are home,
oh Lord

If you're free prove it!
If you're free prove it!
If you're not loose the chains on your soul!
Come, freedom!

There are slaves and there are kings
All are bound till they are free
All misplaced till they believe
oh, Lord!

If you're free prove it!
If you're free prove it!
If you're not loose the chains on your soul!
Come, freedom!

If freedom is free as they say it is
Where we go where they displayin' it?
We wanna start where the chains end
Is the promised land up for the taken (take it)?
No one was free on a slave ship (oh), only a slave would enslave men (oh)
Egypt is still in our nature, it changes faces, face it (who liberates them?)
I'ma need more then they payin' me I don't need money I need a key I need a eagle wing liberty
Free indeed hidden deep is a plea, I'd rather die than be Steeped beneath tyranny
Oh just like I got it I give it like (oh), grace to the nations No hate for you (no)
We integrated we be interracial, You lovin' your neighbors then go let 'em know!

If you're free prove it!
If you're free prove it!
If you're not loose the chains on your soul!
Come, freedom!

Lyrics courtesy www.azlyrics.com

Note on carousel photo:
Invisible to tourists, the Statue of Liberty's 25-foot-long (7.6-meter-long) left foot, pictured in 1984, brushes against a little-known detail that nevertheless loomed large in sculptor Frederic Bartholdi's design. Broken chains beneath the statue's toga symbolize freedom from oppression in general and the United States' abolition of slavery—just 20 years prior to the statue's dedication—in particular. Click here for more information about Liberty's symbolism.
— Photograph courtesy Historic American Engineering Record, Library of Congress
 
 
 

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