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Rising Tide
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Rising Tide is a shoutout for all those people around the world who took to the streets in the summer of 2014 to demand justice and freedom for our people.
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Urban - Funk
Charts #122 in subgenre today (peak #2)
Previous peak charts position #46
Doc Jazz
2015 Doc Jazz
January 05, 2015
MP3 10.2 MB
320 kbps bitrate
4:26 minutes
Story behind the song
Rising Tide is a shoutout for all those people around the world who took to the streets in the summer of 2014 to demand justice and freedom for the Palestinian people. This is their song, it's about them, a homage to their efforts, which is why it has that 'feel good' sound. They should indeed feel good about themselves for sticking out their necks and calling for an end to violence and war crimes.
Lyrics
There’s a new day dawning Word is on the street People need no warning They’re getting on their feet It’s a fresh uprising Against hatred and despair And it’s not surprising That people start to care ‘Cause the information Has finally reached their ears Evil occupation Has brought their eyes to tears Can be no accepting Oppression and despair Racist domination Is anything but fair When children bear the brunt of those wars There’s only just so much we can take This time the people will break open those doors Because it’s not too late There’s nowhere to hide Can’t break our stride We’re coming like a rising tide Cause justice is near We no longer fear We know that freedom will soon be here From the smouldering ashes A novel hope respawns And it’s passion clashes With all immoral laws Like a Phoenix rising From all that’s been destroyed Fiery eyes despising The forces you deployed And its wings unfolding To rise into the skies There’ll be no withholding When he comes down from the heights Might as well surrender The reckoning is here And for all offenders The penalty is dear When people face oppression for years There’s only just so much they can take This time the masses have abandoned their fears Because it’s not too late ‘Cause the information Has finally reached their ears Evil occupation Has brought their eyes to tears Can be no accepting Oppression and despair Racist domination Will no longer be there
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