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Won Nation

by The Old Man and the Muses

The original conception was for a standard rap song including some type of spiritual, uplifting choruses / worldwide sort of choir. I ended up with some kind of an eccentric, dragging, short, semi-musical dirge ... Well, my heart was in the right place :)
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rap
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Album Notes

( Lyrics )

Without variety of culture
it's the same plain shame
There's no fine line
between stupid and sane

I'm not down
I'm a white man
But I'm around
with the black and brown man
We don't fight
It ain't right
'cause my might is in my mind
and it's stronger than my fists

You can talk about my brother
or my lover or another
If that's where you want to be
I'll just tell you,
" That's not me "
because I've seen the show
and know which way the world should go
It's all


One Nation Under God
One Nation Under God
It's all
One Nation Under God
One Nation

It's who you are
and where you been
We can't forgive the sins of history ...
We got ta educate the children of the bigot
'til they see,
in the future,
if it's just,
THEY'LL ( the bigots ) be minority
We need ...



Little by little,
from the side and from the middle,
just ta change the human riddle,
understandin' why the skin
is causin' screamin' from within
We got ta end
and then begin
A-justa ... ( Repeat two more times )

Chorus ...


( Songology )

Just to help avoid the possibilities of being called a hypocrite : I am not a religious person; " One Nation Under God " is used as a lyrical tool, inevitably, designed to inspire tolerance and unity; although, ironically, in more ways than one, the thirty-nine cents is in homage to Psalm 39 : o



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