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Freedom

Anthony Hamilton
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[2012]
Scritta da Anthony Hamilton, Elayna Boynton e Kelvin Wooten per la colonna sonora del film "Django Unchained" diretto da Quentin Tarantino
Interpretata da Anthony Hamilton ed Elayna Boynton

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Felt like the weight of the world was on my shoulders
Pressure to break or retreat at every turn
Facing the fear that the truth, I discovered
No telling how, all these will work out
But I've come to far to go back now

I am looking for freedom, looking for freedom
And to find it cost me everything I have
Well I am looking for freedom, looking for freedom
And to find it, may take everything I have

I know all too well it don’t come easy
The chains of the world they seem to moving tight
I try to walk around if I’m stumbling so familial
Trying to get up but the doubt is so strong
There’s gotta be a winning in my bones

I am looking for freedom, looking for freedom
And to find it cost me everything I have
Well I am looking for freedom, looking for freedom
And to find it, may take everything I have

Oh not giving up there’s always been hard, so hard
But if I do the things the easy way I won’t get far

Mhm, life hasn't been very kind to me lately (Well)
But I suppose it’s a push for moving on (Oh yeah)
In time the sun’s gonna shine on me nicely (On me yeah)
Something tells me good things are coming and I ain’t gonna not believe

I am looking for freedom, looking for freedom
And to find it cost me everything I have
Well I am looking for freedom, looking for freedom
And to find it, may take everything I have

Contributed by Bernart Bartleby - 2019/5/5 - 20:43


Bella versione dei polacchi Wiktoria Kołosowa e Michał Sieniawski.

B.B. - 2019/5/9 - 22:57



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