Joan Langford

Joan Langford

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Folk - Americana | Louisville, Colorado, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,539   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Self empowerment/political action/standing up for what you think is right

Lyrics

Say no to what is hateful
Say yes to love and don't give in
Be careful, very careful
Of what you label sin

Trying times for tired minds
But that's no excuse
You've got to stand up for those who can't
Not those who choose abuse

Righteous wars and endless blame
The ending days seem near
At least that's the game they play
This losing game of fear
Whether we are wildfire or sheep, it's up for grabs
Stay asleep, leave it be we could lose what chance we have

Chorus:

Bridge/vocal improv

Moving fast, nothing lasts
Each day's harder than before
Through the haze, no voice can say
How craziness invades our soul
Ignore the isolation, (and it will) brings more misery
Listen hard, you can hear, and maybe you will see......

Song Length
4:50
Genres
Country - Rock, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Duet Female
Mood
Outraged

Subject Matter
Protest

Lyric Credits Joan Langford
Music Credits Choosing June
Producer Credits Choosing June
Performance Credits Choosing June