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Saturday, July 5, 2008

"Find the Cost of Freedom" ~ Crosby, Stills & Nash

This song is based on the Civil War; however, writer Stephen Stills says, "It's a war song, not just a Civil War song. We lost that war, too: we still have racism, don't we?" This is dedicated to all the soldiers that we lost for our freedom. Thank you!!!


Daylight again, following me to bed
I think about a hundred years ago, how my fathers bled
I think I see a valley, covered with bones in blue
All the brave soldiers that cannot get older been askin' after
Hear the past a callin', from Ar- -megeddon's side
When everyone's talkin' and noone is listenin', how can we

(Do we) find the cost of freedom, buried in the ground

Mother earth will swallow you, lay your body down
Find the cost of freedom, buried in the ground
Mother earth will swallow you, lay your body down
(Find the cost of freedom buried in the ground)


Mike Golch said...

Thank you for this Great reminder of what freedon costs. and how we still have not gotten it right yet.

That's my story and i'm sticking to it.Big time hugs and God's love headed you way.

Clueless said...

Thank you. Your comments always make me smile.

therapydoc said...

CCN were heroes in my generation. I still get all tingly when I hear their songs.

I light the fire, you light the candles. . .

Clueless said...

They are my favorite group. I just recently saw them in concert and have seen them more times than I can count. I also got to meet Graham Nash, who was very nice, and even more handsome in person. I was excited to be able to use this song and glad that you enjoyed it. They make me feel warm inside.

Isaiah 49 :15 -16

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