Joe Bali

Joe Bali

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Total Song Plays: 8   
Member Since: 2008
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Song Description

Asks the "an act of god or act of man?...and answers "what is the difference from where we stand? The songs brings awareness to intimacy of the planet and how it's going to take individual faith and contribution to change the road we are on.

Story Behind the Song

The song was inspired by the devastating aftermath of hurricane Katrina and the question of how man has contributed to the weather and climate change.

Lyrics

What Road Are We On
(Joseph M Balistreri) ©2006

There's a lot of talk about the weather today
Something we done changed it for good
Still not sure if there's a problem
But it's getting pretty hot in my neighborhood

In a moment we could be forced to realize
That all we ever know is quickly gone
Lord help us to change
And help us to see
What Road We Are On

An act of God or an act of man
What is the difference from where we stand
Point the finger everywhere to score
Hindsight everybody has the cure

In a moment we are forced to realize
That there's nothing behind us and nothing before
Lord help us in the now
And lead us somehow
What Road Are We On

God help us be strong
To keep on keeping on
We give up all up to you now
What Road Are We On

We all breathe in the same air
We all drink from the same cup
We all eat from the same plate
And we all share in the same dump

In a moment we could be forced to realize
That we really all live in the same house
God help us to change
And help us to see
What road we are on
What road we are on

God help us be strong
To keep on keeping on
We give up all up to you now
What Road Are We On

Associated Videos

Video - WHAT ROAD ARE WE ON
WHAT ROAD ARE WE ON

Images of weather disasters prompting question of God vs Man in relation to global warming and the uncertainty of the planets climate and future.

Song Length
5:06
Genres
Rock - General, Blues - Gospel
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Diplomatic, Composed

Subject Matter
General, Existence

Similar Artists
Harry Nilsson, John Lennon
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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