Let Me Be

Album: Good Spirit (2005)
  • Oh oh, Let me be now
    Hmm hmm, let me because
    I want to be free now
    Oh oh, free to see, yeah well
    Want to walk away, oh oh
    Let me feel my feet
    Let me be, free

    Time and time and time we see these
    Acts against humanity, well,
    Each for each and each will be then
    Shed blood for what they each believe, well
    On and on and on we go well,
    Some will you see and, some won't be
    True for you and truth will lead you
    To a sense of, well now, peace

    Let me be now
    Hmm hmm, let me because
    I want to be free now,
    Oh oh, free to see, yeah well
    Want to walk away, oh oh
    Let me feel my feet
    Let me be, free

    Time and time and time we see these
    Acts against humanity, well
    Each for each and each will be then
    Shed blood for what they each believe, well
    On and on and on we go well
    Some will you see and, some won't be
    True for you and truth will lead you
    To a sense of,well now, peace

    Let me be now

    Hmm hmm, let me because
    I want to be free now
    Oh oh, free to see, yeah well
    Want to walk away, oh oh
    Let me feel my feet
    Let me be, free

    want to be want to see would you let me go
    Let me be now, hmm hmm, let me be
    want to be want to see would you let me go
    Let me be now, hmm hmm, let me be-cause
    I want to be free
    Oh, i want to be free
    Yeah I said, I said, I said, I said
    Free free now, free to see
    Oh, 'cause I, want to be free Writer/s: EVE JEFFERS, SHELDON HARRIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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