Nature, nurture heaven and home
Sum of all, and by them, driven
To conquer every mountain shown
But I've never crossed the river

Braved the forests, braved the stone
Braved the icy winds and fire
Braved and beat them on my own
Yet I'm helpless by the river

Angel, angel, what have I done?
I've faced the quakes, the wind, the fire
I've conquered country, crown, and throne
Why can't I cross this river?

Angel, angel, what have I done?
I've faced the quakes, the wind, the fire
I've conquered country, crown, and throne
Why can't I cross this river?

Pay no mind to the battles you've won
It'll take a lot more than rage and muscle
Open your heart and hands, my son
Or you'll never make it over the river

It'll take a lot more than words and guns
A whole lot more than riches and muscle
The hands of the many must join as one
And together we'll cross the river

It'll take a lot more than words and guns
A whole lot more than riches and muscle
The hands of the many must join as one
And together we'll cross the river

(Nature, nurture heaven and home)
It'll take a lot more than words and guns
(Sum of all, and by them, driven)
A whole lot more than riches and muscle
(To conquer every mountain shown)
The hands of the many must join as one
And together we'll cross the river

(Braved the forests, braved the stone)
It'll take a lot more than words and guns
(Braved the icy winds and fire)
A whole lot more than riches and muscle
(Braved and beat them on my own)
The hands of the many must join as one
And together we'll cross the river

And together we'll cross the river
And together we'll cross the river

Nature, nurture heaven and home
And together we'll cross the river
And together we'll cross the river

Nature, nurture heaven and home
And together we'll cross the river
And together we'll cross the river

Last photo from: Soldier Hugs: soldierhugs.com/
Staff Sgt. Lonnie Roberts cries at memorial service for PV2 Gregory R. Huxley, Jr., 19, of Forestport, N.Y. who was killed in action. Learn more: military.com/Data/EQG/History_Channel7.htm
In Prison for telling the Truth. Free Bradley Manning: bradleymanning.org/category/news
Occupy Wall Street: occupywallst.org/

Songs Meaning: songmeanings.net/songs/view/3530822107858803141/

What this song and the lyrics mean to me? Sing out loud the last two sentences of this incredibly beautiful song: "The Hands of the many must join as one, and together we'll cross the river." You had it right Dr. Martin Luther King. Can you imagine singing a song like this for our Nation's anthem? The change in consciousness would be instantaneously and the ripple effects would benefit the entire Universe.

Take care of yourselves, safe journey, and
Much Love
AC youtube.com/AquarielCharm

Tags: Puscifer "The Humbling River" "with lyrics", USMC, Occupy Wall Street, Soldierhugs, Free Bradley Manning, Staff Sgt. Lonnie Roberts.

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