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Dion: Abraham, Martin and John Meaning


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Song Released: 1968

Covered By: Marvin Gaye (1969), Miracles, The (1969)

Abraham, Martin and John Lyrics

Has anybody here seen my old friend Abraham?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
He freed a lot of people,
But it seems the good they die young.
You know, I just looked around and he's gone.

Anybody here seen my old friend John?
Can you tell...

  1. kooljohn176
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    Nov 21st 2015 report

    A lemantful song about the three of our American hero's and more that should never be forgotten in the names of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy in prayer to always rest in peace by all the sacrifices that they made, only to be assassinated [sacrificed] for us in their short lives that believed our country could be greater if we all come together from the madness trip we were on to be free and honest with one another to preserve the American western in understanding in the Jesus Christ's ways that we are all brothers and sisters in him. Not to sell out to the infedels that wanted to use us the believers for power and control for their course of power, unfortuanlly only to free themselves further in the wrong direction from the godly values that our founding father Abraham had since the Bible days that he wanted for his decendants to share the values of love and peace with each other in God.

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