Saturday, July 31, 2010

I Want My Freedom

I know this world isn’t a friendly place anymore
I know I am not here ‘cos I don’t belong any longer
I know this ain’t my own complaint, no, it’s not true
I know you all feel the same; all are of my view.

I want my freedom, I want my life
I want to be there for the entire human race
I want the sun and wind to touch my face
I want the wide world to be a better place.

I want my music, I don’t want this noise
And this cacophony isn’t one of my joys
This petty fake piracy offends my freedom
I want my software free from officialdom

I want my freedom, I want my life
I want to be there for the entire human race
I want the sun and wind to touch my face
I want the wide world to be a better place.

I want these killings to stop in our country
I want the world to stop this banditry
I want the bloodshed to end in your land
I want you to be free, please understand.

I want my freedom, I want my life
I want to be there for the entire human race
I want the sun and wind to touch my face
I want the wide world to be a better place.

(Finally here it is a song I have been writing for a long time. It has a simple rhyme scheme, you can sing it. Want to hear me sing it? Do come to the next Caferati meeting.)

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