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      When feat. Kim Burrell and Lalah Hathaway

      When feat. Kim Burrell and Lalah Hathaway

      Kirk Franklin

      Album: Losing My Religion

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      Kirk Franklin - When feat. Kim Burrell and Lalah Hathaway Música y Letra

      (feat. Kim Burrell & Lalah Hathaway)
      
      Raindrops make suns the earthquakes and moans they
      Both sing how long till the wedding day
      Stars robed in white
      Decorate the sky
      While the fragile bride cries, "take me away"
      
      Who can explain
      These storms and these waves that
      Echo birth planes please hear what they say
      Mountains and trees every living thing
      Shall tarry back please and do not delay
      
      [Chorus:]
      When will you come for your daughters and sons
      We are homesick we try, but we don't belong
      Even if that day's a million light years away
      Each day will begin with the same question
      When, when, when, when?
      
      Creation speaks the winds through the leaves
      It begs to be free no curses remain
      Them in disease your people are weak
      Help us to believe it could be any day
      
      Great are the scars (great are the scars)
      After each one (after each one)
      Look close you'll see defeat on our face
      Can't hear a sound
      Your silence is loud
      Come close to us now, you feel far away
      
      [Chorus]
      
      When, when
      A billion hearts tonight are asking
      When, when
      You heard it before
      We won't stop asking
      
      But who am I
      Even to try to understand ways much greater than mine
      
      [Chorus]
      
      When, when, when, when
      When, when, when, when

      Kirk Franklin - When feat. Kim Burrell and Lalah Hathaway Música y Letra

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