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  1. Winds of Change

From the album Love Songs To America

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Lyrics

Three fighters went marching out into the fray
Out into the fray as the sun went down
Each thought on the struggle as they ventured away
And the children stood watching them out of the town
And the children stood watching them out of the town
And the children stood watching them out of the town

Brave Heather stared down her demons of fate
When she marched into Charlottesville to challenge their hate
And though the Challenger drove her to heaven’s fair gate
Her spirit’s still marching and justice awaits
Her spirit’s still marching and justice awaits
Her spirit’s still marching and justice awaits

For men must struggle and women must strike
To come out of the darkness and into the light
For the winds of change be howlin’
For the winds of change be howlin’
For the winds of change be howlin’

Then a young black sportsman knelt down on the job
To stop the police and the lives that they rob
For the dead are not silent when the living kneel down
And the young mighty Colin holds us to account
And the young mighty Colin holds us to account
And the young mighty Colin holds us to account

And the last valiant hero stood waiting their turn
Would they make any difference, would they even return?
Would they have all the courage, would their spirit stay true?
Do you even know that the hero is you?
Do you even know that the hero is you?
Do you even know that the hero is you?

For men must struggle and women must strike
To come out of the darkness and into the light
For the winds of change be howlin’
For the winds of change be howlin’
For the winds of change be howlin’
For the winds of change be howlin’
For the winds of change be howlin’