Thomas Inch


Racial Discrimination


Have you ever dreamed?
Of the liberation of a nation
Where they carried on standing,
Not deserving, fighting for what's right.

Have you ever dreamed?
To hear their shouts of joy
To celebrate with them against,
This racial discrimination

We won't stop
We won't give up and drop
We'll carry on standing,
And keep fighting, for what is right

And the day will come when our enemies say
Fine, you win, I guess, they're ok.
Against racial discrimination

Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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