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Garth Brooks: We Shall Be Free Meaning

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Song Released: 1992


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We Shall Be Free Lyrics

This ain't comin' from no prophet
Just an ordinary man
When I close my eyes I see
The way this world shall be
When we all walk hand in hand

When the last child cries for a crust of bread
When the last man dies for just words that he...

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    anonymous
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    Nov 4th, 2014 11:58am report


    This song is talking about the discrimination on the earth and how we should not look down on others thinking we are all perfect. "We shall be free" means free everyone from the discrimination it doesn't belong here instead of looking at the color of our skin we need to look out how our attitude is towards the world.




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