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Woke Up This Morning

John Legend
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‎[1963]‎
Brano tradizionale arrangiato e interpretato da The SNCC Freedom Singers. La voce ‎solista era quella di Bernice Johnson ‎Reagon
Nell’album “Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966”, ‎edito dalla Folkways Records nel 1997.‎
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John Legend la interpreta altrettanto magistralemnte nella colonna sonora del film documentario ‎‎“Soundtrack for a Revolution” diretto nel 2009 da Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman.‎

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Woke up this morning with my mind
Stayed on freedom
Woke up this morning with my mind
Stayed on freedom
Woke up this morning with my mind
Stayed on freedom
Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelujah.‎

I'm walking and talking with my mind
stayed on freedom
I'm walking and talking with my mind
stayed on freedom
I'm walking and talking with my mind
stayed on freedom
Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelujah.‎

Ain't nothing wrong with my mind
Stayed on freedom
Oh, there ain't nothing wrong with keeping my mind
Stayed on freedom
There ain't nothing wrong with keeping your mind
Stayed on freedom
Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelujah.‎

I'm singing and praying with my mind
Stayed on freedom
Yeah, I'm singing and praying with my mind
Stayed on freedom
Hallelu, Hallelu, Hallelujah.‎

Contributed by Dead End - 2012/10/31 - 11:32



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