"The Freedom Song" as written by and Demeiko Parker Luke M Reynaud....
I picture something, it's beautiful
It's full of life, and it is all blue
I see the sunset on the beach, yeah
It makes me feel calm
When I'm calm, I feel good

And when I feel good, I sing
And the joy it brings makes me feel good
And when I feel good, I sing
Of the joy it brings

I see birds fly across the sky
Everyone's heart flies together
Food is frying and people smiling
Like there is no other way to feel good

And when I feel good, I sing
And the joy it brings makes me feel good
And when I feel good, I sing
Of the joy it brings

I say come on along
I know you really wanna feel our song
We've got some life to bring
We've got some joy in this thing

Come on along
I know you really wanna feel our song
We've got some life to bring
We've got some joy in this thing

I say come on along
I know you really wanna feel our song
We've got some life to bring
We've got some joy in this thing

Come on along
I know you really wanna feel our song
We've got some life to bring
We've got some joy in this thing

Can you feel
Can you feel
Can you feel
The joy that it brings
If you can feel the joy then you should let yourself sing
Hey
I love to share my things

'Cause it brings me freedom
Got to get you some of that freedom
It's a smile you can feel in your heart beat

Singing freedom
You deserve your freedom
It's in the feeling that beauty

Freedom
Well it's all for you
All for you
All for you
All for you

Freedom
Got to get you some of that
Got to get you some of that
Got to get you some of that
Freedom


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"The Freedom Song" as written by Luke Reynaud Demeiko Parker

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