Halfway To Freedom

Album: Welcome to the Show (1990)
  • You got to sing a new song
    'Cause the way that we're going
    Is far too long
    Alone, when you can't hear a sound
    And you're halfway to freedom
    It can't be found
    But we've got the love
    And the feeling's strong
    And we're going on
    And we can't go wrong
    Halfway to freedom
    Sing out the word
    Tables are turning
    We're learning
    Our voice can be heard
    Towers are falling
    See how they burn
    Hope for each other
    Our brothers
    All over the world

    Love like a cry in the night
    We reach out for each other
    Peace to find
    Hear, when the bells start to chime
    And you're halfway to freedom
    It's hard to find

    Halfway to freedom
    Sing out the word
    Tables are turning
    We're learning
    Our voice can be heard
    Towers are falling
    See how they burn
    Hope for each other
    Our brothers
    All over the world Writer/s: LES HOLROYD
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