Freedom Blues
Little Richard Lyrics


I hope that I should live to see,
When every man can know he's free.
Sufferin' from the past.
I make I ought to be sad

I got my duty rock and roll,
Now everybody, everybody, everyone's gotta be free!
Oh...

Now la-la, la-da-da-da.
La-la, la-da da-da.

Mmmm, let's get rid of that old man, hey-ey-ey,
And bring our government up to date.
It may be very hard to do,
Just open your mind, let love come through.

You hear me callin' you my?
Everybody, everybody, everyone's gotta be free!
Oh yes!

La-la, la-da-da-da.
La-la, la-da da-da.

We did our thing every thing and we paid our dues,
Now let's get rid of these freedom blues.
It may be very hard to do,
Just open your mind, let love come through.

I got my duty rock and roll,
Now everybody, everybody, everyone's gotta be free!
Oh...

La-la, la-da-da-da.
La-la, la-da da-da.
La-la, la-da-da-da.
La-la, la-da da-da.

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Comments from YouTube:

Kevin O'Malley

Wherever you are now, Richard, I hope they don't try to make you sign away the rights to your songs. Thanks for the great music, and thanks for giving that kid Jimi a shot.

Bluzian74

and Billy Preston, Don Covay, Otis Redding, James Brown, Joe Tex to name a few!!!

Kaleo Guaraty

Vim aqui pelo podcast do Tio Ricco.

Alexander Veloso

Mais alguém veio pelo TR? BG.

Allan Angel

valeu tio ricco hahahahaha
2020

Felipe Felix Investidor

Hahahahha ele é incrível 🤩. BG!

Faith Tyson

Great lyrics from the versatile Lr.
Black Lives Matter group should use this for their Anthem, 2020.
Can't stop listening to the great music of the Architect of R&R.
May his soul rest in peace.
I know the Creator will find favour with Lr regardless of his faults. Blessings to his family and friends.

Scott Strauss

RIP Richard. I played this album into the ground when it came out. I was so surprised when he came out with new stuff back then.

Joe Postove

This should have been a great comeback for the King of Rock and Roll!
In any event it did peak at #47 in 1970 for his biggest hit in 12 years.
LONG LIVE THE KING AND QUEEN!

Neil Gibbons

You tube Roy Richards 👍big reggae hit in the early 70s

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