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Bobby Darin’s gift of peace: A Simple Song of Freedom TELL THE PEOPLE EVERYWHERE WE THE PEOPLE HERE DON’T WANT NO WAR

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SIMPLE SONG OF FREEDOM LYRICS – BOBBY DARIN

Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
We, the people here, don’t want a war

Hey there, Mister Black Man can you hear me?
I don’t want your diamonds or your game
I just want to be, someone known to you as me
and I will bet my life you want the same
Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
We, the people here, don’t want a war

Seven hundred million are you listening?
Most of what you read is made of lies
But speaking one to one, ain’t it everybody’s sun
To wake to in the morning when we rise?

So come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
We, the people here, don’t want a war

Brother Solzhenitsyn are you busy?
If not would you drop a friend a line?
Tell me if the man, who is plowing up your land
has got the war machine upon his mind

Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
That we, the people here, don’t want a war

Now no doubt some folks enjoy doin’ battle
Like presidents, prime ministers and kings
So let’s build them shelves where they can fight among themselves
and leave the people be who like to sing

Come and sing a simple song of freedom
Sing it like you’ve never sung before
Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
That we the people here, don’t want a war

Let it fill the air
Tell the people everywhere
That we the people here, don’t want a war

Freedom!
Freedom!
Freedom!

Children sing for peace. Shot in Kabul, Afghanistan and Palm Springs, CA – this moving anti-war ballad is a reminder that the pleas of children are universal – They do not want war. Lyrics by Bobby Darin and David Rothmiller. Arrangement by Andres Condon. More info: trickdogfilms.com

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jmarkz53 7 months ago
AWESOME! I knew somebody would know where this came from. This video was aired during a P.B.S. ‘Folk Rewind’ special. They probably have the DVD available. It was typycal 60’s stuff until this segment came on and took me totaly off guard. Thanks again!
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Milind Kaduskar 10 months ago
When was this video shot? Is this the performance that Kevin Spacey used in Beyond The Sea as the finale?
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jmarkz53 9 months ago
It wouldn’t surprise me if this performance WAS THE INSPIRATION(?) for Kevin Spacey’s performance (and kudo’s to Mr. Spacey for doing his own singing!) I’ve not been able to track down any info concerning this particular performance, so if anybody else can help, JUMP IN!
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paulslefthand 1 year ago
I’m 17 and last year I just happened to stumble upon Bobby Darin. I really wish popular music was still like this!! It sure beats dubstep and crap like that! 🙂
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Jay Branson 15 hours ago
Great song! it was like he was trying to hold himself back. He seems to have been filled with such emotions.
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andrewquigley18 2 weeks ago
good song the way it should be industrial war fucks
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stone wall 2 weeks ago
bobby it is great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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McMillian5 2 weeks ago
As acclaimed as he was in his life, Bobby Darin is probably the most underrated performer ever.
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Carole Robinson 4 weeks ago
Bobby was influenced by Bobby Kennedy…
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onemanband1950 1 month ago
I am.62 yrs. old now,(2013), and have sung Bobby Darin’s song of freedom for most of my life, almost as a comforting mantra. The song is so incredibly beautiful and with such meaning and always gave warmth to my heart. To honour Bobby , I love singing and playing it on my acoustic guitar for people. God bless Mr. Darrin, and I thank him so much for this touching song. Wish so much that he could have lived longer. His song here sure did give me life.

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