Monday, August 23, 2010

LOOKING BACK: GLEN BECKS THEN AND NOW. I am going to let Aretha and Queen Latifah speak for me.

If I had their hands, I'd throw mine away. I would sing to the world my deepest emotions with a strong conviction that I shall not be moved. Lets go back to see Glen Beck in another life. I believe he's in here in so many ways.




Words to the above song.

My Lord
I have read this book so many times
But nowhere can i find the page
that change what i experience today

Now i Know that life is ment to be hard
thats how I learn to appreciate my God
Though my courage made me try
I can tell you i won't hide
Because the footprints show you are by my side.

You can lie to a child with a smilin' face
Tell me that color aint about race
You can cast the first stones you can break my bones
But your never gonna break Your never gonna break my Faith

Faith and Hope aint yours to give
Truth and Liberty are mine to Live
You can steal a crown from a king
Break an angels wings
But your never gonna break Your never gonna break my Faith

My Lord
Won't you help them to understand
that when someone takes the life of an innocent man
Well they never really Won because all they've really done
is set the Soul Free where it's supposed to be


For those we lose before their time
I pray their souls will find the light
I know that the day will surely come
When his will, His will, will be done




2 comments:

Big Mark 243 said...

I think you give Glen Beck too much credit. He is a creation only of THIS age. As cowardly as he really is, he would have never have the will to be a part of any of these scenes.

CareyCarey said...

Mark, in part I will agree with you. But I was not referring to his physical presence. I was talking about the music and the words within them. The words were objecting to and fight against an evil oppressor and those that desired to maintain a way of life that had masters and servants... separate and NOT equal.

Glen Beck could be included in that group.