"No God's a Man [Hammond]" as written by and Kerry Churchill Minnear Derek Victor Shulman....
Now the words and claims are seen as always
The way they'll always be, way they'll always be
Truth is halfway true, the man is only a man
Who fails to know,
The people shouting for him have turned now
Telling him to go

Powers that have place, esteemed positions
Telling him to cry, telling him to cry,
Soon another song is sung,
In turn for existing blame and then
Apologize, conditions turn,
Then it happens all again

After all the things are said, no God's a man,
No God's a man,
And yet after all the things are said,
No God's a man, must happen all again

After all the things are said, no God's a man,
No God's a man,
And yet after all the things are said,
No God's a man, and then again


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"No Gods a Man" as written by Kerry Churchill Minnear Derek Victor Shulman

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