"Rise" as written by Shante Franklin, William Leonard Roberts, Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, Lou Courtney, Tyrone Rivers, Cydel Charles Young, Charles E Mccormick and Teedra Shenita Moses....
I could be wrong, I could be right
I could be black, I could be white

Your time has come your second skin
The cost so high, the gain so low
Walk through the valley
The written work is a lie
May the road rise with you

I could be wrong, I could be right
I could be black, I could be white

They put a hot wire to my head
'cause of the things I did and said
And made these feelings go away
Model citizen in every way
May the road rise with you
Anger is an energy

I could be wrong, I could be right
I could be black, I could be white

I could be right, I could be wrong
I could be black, I could be white


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"Rise" as written by Billy Thorpe

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