Lenny Solomon

Lenny Solomon

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Folk - Country | Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
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Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

About the gap between poor and rich and how greed distorts values.

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Lyrics

THE GREAT JUDGMENT words & music Lenny Solomon

© L. Solomon 2004



People working all their lives, want some peace and a piece of the pie

Business blunders, it goes belly up, bosses are paid, but your pension's bankrupt



The Left is right, Right has left, the words and spirit of the covenant

Do to others as you would to yourself, gathers dust on a broken shelf

You pick your values carefully, save yourself but you forget the sea, of people

Left is right, the Right has left, soon will be seen at Great judgment



Homeless living on the street, they beg for bread, something to eat

You wish they'd work, they bring you down, you wish they'd run'em outta town



The Left is right, Right has left, the words and spirit of the covenant

Do to others as you would to yourself, gathers dust on a forgotten shelf

Pick your values, carefully, you save yourself but you forget the sea, of people

Left is right, the Right has left, soon will be seen at Great judgment



They say Christ died for your sins, so why don't you really, just let him in

Heal the sick, feed the poor, maybe you'll still make through heaven's door



The Left is right, Right has left, the words and spirit of the covenant

Do to others as you would to yourself, gathers dust on a forgotten shelf

Pick your values, carefully, you save yourself but you forget the sea, of people

Left is right, the Right has left, soon will be seen at Great judgment

Song Length
4:05
Genres
Blues - General, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Annoyed, Distressed

Subject Matter
Equality
Similar Artists
Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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Publisher Credits Not LIfe Threatening Music
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