Press On

Sometimes

It seems

Ignorance conquers all

Knowledge and wisdom fall

Press on

Press on

Don’t give up

Sometimes

It seems

Like peace gone on holiday

And violence come out to play

Press on

Press on

Don’t give up

Sometimes

It seems

Truth will never come to light

Darkness covers all in sight

Press on

Press on

Don’t give up

Don’t give up

Take your burdens on your shoulders

Gird your loins and walk with pride

Yield not your soul to fill your bowl

Better death than live a lie

For they must dry the sea and they must move the sky

Before the righteous spirit die

(lyrics by Shelly Tobitt as performed by Short Shirt, copied from Nobody Go Run Me: The Life and Times of Sir Mclean Emmanuel by Dorbrene O’Marde).

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