Steven  Mustill

Steven Mustill

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Folk - Religious | Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
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Song Description

The attraction of America and Liberty to masses of immigrants who came here to be free, feeling that it was a priviledge and a responsibility to live free.

Story Behind the Song

American History 1908 to 2000.

Lyrics

Husdon's harbor, nineteen o'eight,
left the old world far behind with just a passport and a wooden crate, and the thought of freedom in mind,
Sailing past the lady in the harbor light ,
with a brand new language yet to learn.
Her torch held high and lit and shining brite, with a living dream to make it burn


They heard liberty's whisper
in the wind on the waves
and they couldn't resist her
or the offer she gave
From the moment they kissed her
they were no longer slaves

Some settled in Brooklyn, some worked their way west, tasting privilege in the air.
The chance and the choice to do what ever seemed best, with the right to prosper and to share.

They heard Liberty's Whisper
in the wind on the waves
and they couldn't resist her
or the offer she gave
from the moment they kissed her
they were no longer slaves

Now the whole worlds shouting for the rights of the wrong,
there's wars and rumors all around.
Still, out on the waters you can hear the same song. Though it sometimes hardly make a sound.

It's Liberty's Whisper
in the wind on the waves,
and they couldn't resist her
or the offer she gave.
From the moment they kissed her
they were no longer slaves.

©1995 steven mustill / B.M.I.

Song Length
4:30
Genres
Country - General, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Relaxed, Pleasant

Subject Matter
Freedom, Hope

Similar Artists
Bob Dylan, Paul Simon
Language
English
Era
1900 - 1920

Lyric Credits S. T. Mustill
Music Credits S. T. Mustill
Producer Credits S. T. Mustill
Publisher Credits S. T. Mustill
Performance Credits S. T. Mustill
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