Margdelina

Margdelina

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"March of Equality"

Written By: Linda F. Murphy

“March of Equality”
Lyrics: Linda F. Murphy

(Verse)

She had a vision didn’t know where it would lead; her heart was filled with hope believing in Americas’ fight for equality. Her spirit spoke to her loudly singing “just don’t stand around take part in this sacred battle of human rights marching with others from this small southern town.”

(Chorus)

A 39-year-old Women, Mother of 5 took part in the civil rights protest from Selma to Montgomery the year 65.

(Verse)

The great King led them like the pied piper all walking in unison to the state capital in Alabama carrying petition. Demanding rights for African Americans to vote in this land of the free. This day in March started the catalyst changing history.

(Chorus)

The Devil was hiding masked in their robes of white, waiting for Leroy and Viola as they drove the highway dark at night. The deadly shots that were fired were supposed to stop this unity it only strengthened the will of others to gather in their fight for equality.

(Chorus)

A 39-year-old Women, Mother of 5 took part in the civil rights protest from Selma to Montgomery the year 65. Her name is etched in history for a cause she did believe her life she gave freely now forever a part of civil rights legacy.

© 2006 Linda F. Murphy All Rights Reserved

"Please Don't Go"

Written By: Linda F. Murphy

Please Don’t Go”
Lyrics: Linda F. Murphy

(Verse)

How did we come to this our life once destined by the stars. Our home was filled with happiness, now it’s lined with tattered hearts. You stand there looking at me square into my eyes trying to convince yourself our life has been a lie.

(Chorus)

Please don’t go just stay the night with me, one more time to make a memory. Hold me close just like you use to do long ago when we first said I love you.

(Verse)

I’ve given all that I could give to you emotionally now all your prize possessions fill your head with no reality. They can’t replace the bonds we’ve made or the love etched in your soul, you can’t take them with you when heaven calls you to come home.

(Chorus)

Please don’t go just stay the night with me, one more time to make a memory. Hold me close just like you use to do long ago when we first said I love you.

(Verse)

I won’t accept your reason your broken spirit shines on you. I took our vows to heart remembering the day we said I do. We have lifetime of treasures no money can buy the truth is my darling your living this lie.

(Chorus)

Please don’t go just stay the night with me, one more time to make a memory. Hold me close just like you use to do long ago when we first said I love you.

© 2006 Linda F. Murphy All Rights Reserved

"My Soldier"

Written By: Linda F. Murphy

“My Soldier”
Lyrics: Linda F. Murphy

(Verse)

We grew up not knowing the fears that used to be. Hearing from old Soldiers of wars and memories. Their families torn, the loves they lost, the lands that they explored, took them far away from home to fight on foreign shores.

Who thought in this day and age that history would bring. Another war for freedom to fight for better things. The long road of the Soldier sent away again, fighting for justice in the foreign land’s

(Chorus)

The love you gave forever embedded in my soul. Comforts nights of loneliness, fears of the unknown. I hold you closely to my heart the man you’ll always be that Soldier that I married when I was twenty-three.

(Verse)

The flag that waves freely reminds us everyday of Americas’ Men and Women and the priced they’ve had to pay. One special request is added while I pray for all of them bring my children Father Home make us whole again.

© 2006 Linda F. Murphy All Rights Reserved