Aaron Brown

Aaron Brown

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Pop - Rock | Santa Monica, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 711   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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13

Song Description

I wrote this song before the election of 2009. Now that Barack Obama is President this song has an even greater importance now.

Story Behind the Song

I wanted to write a song about my interest and belief in equality. It pains me to know what the world was like over 50's years ago for people of a darker color, and just wanted to reach out my hand and express my appreciation that colors are equal.

Lyrics

A dark-skinned man back in the 1950's
Walks into a restaurant to get something to eat
He's had a hard day you could say slavin' away
The manager refuses to let him stay

Chorus: I don't want there to be inequality anymore
Never again will it get bad like it was before
I'm so glad the world has changed for people of every race
One thing to know now and forever more...Colors are equal

This same dark-skinned man has a wife and a child that he loves
His little girl is only five years old
She's learning fast that the world is strange
Cause everywhere they go
Blacks and whites have to separate
This can't go on

Chorus: I don't want there to be inequality anymore
Never again will it get bad like it was before
I'm so glad the world has changed for people of every race
One thing to know now and forever more...Colors are equal, colors are equal

Chorus: I don't want there to be inequality anymore
Never again will it get bad like it was before
I'm so glad the world has changed for friends of every race
One thing to know now and forever more...Colors are equal, colors are equal

Song Length
3:56
Genres
R & B - Contemporary, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Pleasant, Glad

Subject Matter
Equality, Happiness

Similar Artist
Alicia Keys
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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