Charlottesville: "Out of Many, One"

With the awful events this weekend in Charlottesville, I wanted to share a song that we recorded a few years ago that unfortunately becomes very appropriate all too often: "Out of Many, One." This song is inspired by the first official motto of the United States and it's a motto that should never have been replaced.

Out of Many, One © Gerald Dantone 2004

If you feel the pain that hope is gone
And to make it right will take too long
Don’t be afraid to spend the time
‘Cause I got your back if you got mine

(Chorus)
Out of many, one
Out of many, one
No matter where you come from
Out of many, one

Yeah this world can be a lonely place
You might never find a familiar face
When you wonder far away from home
But if you need a hand, you’re not alone

(Chorus)
Out of many, one
Out of many, one
No matter where you come from
Out of many, one

The truth, they say, will set you free
But the truth is the first casualty
In war and peace and history
But the truth is this from you to me

(Chorus)
Out of many, one
Out of many, one
No matter where you come from
Out of many, one

YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGyHdDxi25M&index=2&list=PL7-2FnjsTc1SK-B2GADW7YCNfulb5iqKT

or visit our website:

http://www.universaldice.com/the_music/a/out_of_manyone

Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/0dRqwUUwgQeCtPfgUTObAF

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