"What I'm Fighting For" as written by and Shaun Shankel Kyle Jacobs....
What I'm fighting for
Is worth far more than silver and gold
What I'm fighting for
Is a chance to unite the past
With the brothers coming home at last
Fighting together for light

Sons and daughters of Abraham
Lay down to a higher command
Don't be tricked by the acts of man
God's wisdom revealed in a holy plan

A chance to unite the past
With the brothers coming home at last
Fighting together for light

To Zion we roam
And we're not all alone
Unite and purify

What I'm fighting for
Is worth far more than silver and gold
What I'm fighting for
Is a chance to unite the past
With the brothers coming home at last
Fighting together for light

To Zion we roam
And we're not all alone
Unite and purify
What I'm fighting for


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"What I'm Fighting For" as written by Kyle Jacobs Ben Glover

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    General Commenti think it means that we should fight for unity and equality of all!! since the past they've been fighting for this. we should continue what they started. we should all fight for unity and peace!
    Mikeeboyon August 22, 2007   Link
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    General Commentfighting for peace seems counterproductive, but what else can you do?
    perhaps theres a better word we should be using, but maybe fighting seems to be the only one that gets the point across.
    Twenty5HourDayson April 21, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about the Jews going back to Israel ("To Zion we roam", "With the brothers coming home at last")Zion being Israel. I also feel like he's talking directly to the Jewish people (Sons and daughters of Abraham). Maybe ha.
    guano1on January 27, 2009   Link

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