I've Got To Sing My Song Karaoke Oleta Adams

Karaoke I've Got To Sing My Song Oleta Adams

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I know it's late but I couldn't wait to call you on the phone
It's been a while since I've been home
All of this was my own choice since the man upstairs has given me His voice
No matter how long it takes no matter how hard the breaks
I've gotta use it or lose it
I just can't stand to refuse
The chance to do what I gotta do
I gotta sing my song
Sing the hatred into love
Sing a praise that man above
Sing the tears into a smile, yeah sing into a feel this is all worthwhile, yeah
Sing it high, sing it low a symphony within' my soul
Sing it loud and make it clear sing so every one can hear
Well I feel Lord had chosen maybe born
But I'd be nothing if I couldn't sing my song
By the way may I say thank you for the love you've shown
All of these years since
I've been born
Papa thought
I was college-bound
And you expected me to settle down
I'm not ignoring what you had in mind
Neither do I wanna sound unkind
Before I give up
I gotta live up
To a challenge to do my thing
I've gotta cut loose the apron strings
I've gotta sing my song all I wanna do is
Sing the hatred into love, yes I do
Sing a praise to heaven and above, oh, thank you Lord
Sing the tears into a smile, oh
Sing into a feel this is all worthwhile, oh
Sing it high, sing it low a symphony within' my soul
Sing it loud and make it clear sing so every one can hear
Ooh, I feel Lord
I'm chosen maybe born
But I'd be nothing
I said I'd be nothing
Oh, hey, if I couldn't sing if I couldn't sing my song...

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