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Simple Song Of
Freedom lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very nice folk song that was written and recorded by Bobby Darin.
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Simple Song Of Freedom Written and recorded by Bobby Darin
C G7 C Come and sing a simple song of freedom F C Sing it like you've never sung before G7 Am Let it fill the air tell the people everywhere F G7 C We the people here don't want a war
G7 C Hey there mister black man can you hear me F C I don't want your diamonds or your game G7 Am I just want to be someone known to you as me F G7 C And I will bet my life you want the same
G7 C Seven hundred million are you listening F C Most of what you read is made of lies G7 Am Speaking one to one ain't it everybody's sun F G7 C To wake to in the morning when we rise
G7 C Brother Solzhenitsyn are you busy F C If not would you drop a friend a line G7 Am Tell me if the man who is plowing up your land F G7 C Has got the war machine upon his mind Repeat #1
G7 C No doubt some folks enjoy doing battle F C Like presidents prime ministers and kings G7 Am So let us build them shelves where they might fight among themselves F G7 C And leave the people be who loves to sing
G7 C Come and sing a simple song of freedom F C Sing it like you've never sung before G7 Am Let it fill the air tell the people everywhere F G7 C We the people here don't want a war
G7 Am I said let it fill the air tell the people everywhere F G7 F C We the people here don't want a w--ar
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