Hand In Hand

by Jayanthi Kyle

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Hand in Hand - A Protest Song for Today
By: Jayanthi Kyle and Wes Burdine

A song for and about the people in the struggle for justice and liberation for Black people. Be the Power, Be the Change, Join the Movement.

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CHORUS

The day’s gonna come when I won’t march no more
The day’s gonna come when I won’t march no more
But while my sister ain’t equal & my brother can’t breathe
Hand and hand with my family, we will fill these streets

VERSE 1
There’s my sister
Marching with me
There’s my brother
Marching with me
There’s my father
Marching with me
There’s my mother marching on til the people are free

VERSE 2
Mr Policeman
I can’t breathe
Mr. Policeman
I can’t breathe
Mr. Policeman
I can’t breathe
Lay down your weapons and your badges and listen to me

VERSE 3
Well President Obama
Are you marching with me?
Well Mayor Hodges
Are you marching with me?
Is that my senator
Marching with me?
Come join my family marching on toward equality

Maybe tomorrow
When the people are free
Maybe tomorrow
We’ll have equality
Maybe tomorrow
I can truly breathe.
Til then my voice will fill the streets Let the people be free

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released December 16, 2014
By: Jayanthi Kyle and Wes Burdine
Recorded by Afrokeys
Thankyou Wes Burdine (Gospel Machine) Sarah White (Shiro Dame) and Signe Harriday

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Jayanthi Kyle Minneapolis, Minnesota

I'm a vocalist in 5 bands in Minneapolis including Black Audience. Jayanthi Kyle and the Crybabies, Romantica, Gospel Machine, Davis Bain Band and one project with Mama Mosaic.

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