Die Free

Album: Yet to be titled (2018)
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Songfacts®:

  • The message behind this song is how the superficial lure of entertainment and possessions, the "fool's gold," has enslaved people and prevented them from hearing God's calling on their lives.

    I won't let you hypnotize me
    Take back your American day dream
    I won't let you hypnotize me
    I don't need anything that you're selling
    You can't buy me, you can take my life, but I'll die free


    Vocalist Dawn Michele said: "It's time to wake up and realize that this world has nothing for us, only the power and love of God can ever fulfill the desires of our hearts and minds."

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