Freedom

Album: Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More (1970)
  • Freedom
    Freedom
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    Freedom

    Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
    Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
    Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
    A long way from my home

    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom
    Freedom

    Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone
    Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone
    Sometimes I feel like I'm almost gone
    A long, long, long, way, way from my home

    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Clap your hands
    Heyâ?¦yeah

    I got a telephone in my bosom
    And I can call him up from my heart
    I got a telephone in my bosom
    And I can call him up from my heart

    When I need my brotherâ?¦brother
    When I need my motherâ?¦mother
    Heyâ?¦yeahâ?¦etc. Writer/s: RICHIE HAVENS
    Publisher: PACIFIC ELECTRIC MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Al X from TacomaIndeed. The guy I voted for won. I carefully picked him cuz the incumbent does not want me to be free.
  • Carol from Georgia Appalachians This election may have a huge impact on our freedoms...vote carefully.
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