William Scull Jr.

William Scull Jr.

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Pop - Rock | Tampa, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 849   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

This is a song I wrote to uplift all of those who were hurt during nine eleven, and to thank those who helped save so many lives. It is a song of hope during a very dark time.

Story Behind the Song

I wrote this song the day after 9-11, as a way to offer what little I could to all the wonderful people who needed help during 9-11, and the brave firemen and servicemen who fought so hard to save lives.


A giant cloud of smoke across a city, a giant broken heart across the nation- We won't forget the way this feels, though we get back on our feet, no hesitation- There's an enemy that tries to take us down, but our Spirits rise above these ashes on the ground... chorus: 'cause We're Still America, still brave, still free, and we will never let you take away our Liberty, 'cause there's a place inside each one of us- a place you cannot harm, a place you cannot touch, And we will stand and you will see that We Our Still America. verse2: Fireballs that bit September's sun, and forced upon it's face a dark disguise, We won't forget the ones who dies, and all of those who gave their lives, And the enemy somehow deceived us, but now we come together, and you better believe us (to chorus)
Bridge: Oh Say Can You See, Our light still shines, Through the darkness of night, We won't give up the fight! (to chorus).

Song Length
Pop - Classic, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moving, Poignant

Subject Matter
Similar Artist
Michael W. Smith
2000 and later

Lyric Credits William Scull Jr.
Music Credits William Scull Jr.
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Publisher Credits unpublished
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