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We need somebody
We need somebody
I'll give you some [[inaudible]] if you want it.


We have had body brother, we need you!
We need somebody

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We really need somebody

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[[crosstalk]]
Just after they sung I ain't scared of nobody because I want my freedom.

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Amen!

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And they prove that they ain't gonna tell nobody. That they really wanted their freedom.

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We stay alive, but do we really want our freedom?

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Yes!

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How long that'll be man?

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It won't be long brother! A man like you decided to put your body on the line [[inaudible]]. It won't be long!

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[[cheers and applause]]

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We take this thing for a joke, but this is no joke.

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[[crosstalk in agreement]]

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Everyone in this church here means business.

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{SILENCE}

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Freedom!

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You gotta act like you want freedom.

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35, out of all the people in here, went downtown. 35, 35 people.

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You know prayer changes things.

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Yes, it will. [[church chatters in agreement]]

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Sometimes we can see how it will.

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Well with a plan, or after a plan. We can sometimes see how it will.




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