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BROTHER JOHN - (by Robert Johnson)  Year: 1997
Robert Johnson a song questioning who we are and what have we become, Male Vocals, Pop, Alt Pop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Pop, Alt Pop
354882 4:29 Medium 107   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Brother John
Catalog ID: 354882  ISRC: US5UL0911213
Description: a song questioning who we are and what have we become

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Pop/Alternative-Pop/Brother-John/354882

Artist or Group: Robert Johnson

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Keywords: R&B, Pop Alternative, Roots

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Pop Music
       Alternative Pop
Extended Properties
  Duration: 4:29   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 107
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Congas, Bass, Percussion, Strings, Synthesizer, Vocals, Snare drum
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Richard The Third
Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Caring, Confrontational, Disenchanted, Dramatic, Dynamic, Edgy, Emotional, Forceful, Funky, Gritty, Gutsy, Hopeful, Moving, Powerful, Questioning, Serious, Sincere, Soulful, Spirited

Styles: Documentary, Drama / 20-Something, Family / Teen, Film Vocal, Funeral Procession, Law & Crime, News / Investigative, Soap Opera, Tragedy, Urban

Lyrical Topics: Crying, Emotions, Family, Reality, Funeral / Wake

Lyrics
Brother John

Oh, Brother John Brother John where have you gone
The streets are full of people being prayed upon
Brothers killing brother’s children acting grown
Taking life from each other without any of their own
Oh my brother my brother my brother john my brother john
Oh my brother my brother my brother john my brother john
Brother John Brother John tell me how it’s gone
From helping one another to looking out for number one
Not believing in tomorrows not remembering yesterdays
No we are so indifferent as long as we don’t have to pay
Oh my brother my brother my brother john my brother john
Oh my brother my brother my brother john my brother john
Now where can we turn to who will help us see
Now where can we run to now are we as blind as we are made to believe
Brother John brother john where have you gone
The streets are full of people being prayed upon
Brothers killing brother’s sisters kneeling at their graves
Oh now who will reach for tomorrow no matter we all just turn away
Oh my brother my brother my brother john my brother john
Oh my brother my brother my brother john my brother john
Extended Keywords: the question is where have those voices gone that would tell us right from wrong. Those eyes that would watch us to make sure the choices we made were the right ones.

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