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Liberty And Justice

Ursa Major

When I just a boy with my history book and my christmas toys
I was so free
There in my own backyard I had plenty of friends
And we sure played hard
I was so free
Well I would go to school
And I'd pledge the allegiance
And I'd learn the rules
And I would sure believe

Yes, I was surely proud when we'd said the last line
And say it loud
And I would sure believe

Liberty and justice for all
Liberty and justice for all
Liberty and justice for all
Justice to black man
Justice to red man
Justice to poor man
Justice to death man

When I was 21 I sure that freedom was for everyone
It was so good
Well I had yet to plead
I was well protected from reality
It was so good

Now, I have been reborn
And I've hear the thunder
And I've seen the storm
And it's so good

Yea I have seen the tide
It would cure the sick
And it would heal the blind
And it's so good

Liberty and justice for all
Liberty and justice for all
Liberty and justice for all
Justice to black man
Justice to red man
Justice to poor man
Justice to death man

Time, it keeps passing by
And it's not not enough
To justlive and die
Do you hear me?has all been told
You'll find the reainbow
If you share the gold
Do you hear me?






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