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Si yo fuera presidente

Verse one: Everyone depends on this person for change. It’s very strange how we are divided. I see the struggles in my community. It tears me apart. It’s time to unite it’s time to get out of the darkness and into the brightness. We will rise with righteousness and be heard. Chorus – Si yo…
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January 19, 2017

Verse one:

Everyone depends on this person for change. It’s very strange how we are divided. I see the struggles in my community. It tears me apart. It’s time to unite it’s time to get out of the darkness and into the brightness. We will rise with righteousness and be heard.

Chorus – Si yo fuera presidente, yo te hago residente, porque yo soy para mi gente.

Si yo fuera presidente, yo te hago residente, porque yo soy para mi gente.

Verse two:

It’s time for change.

It’s time to stop separating families

It’s time to unite not divide.

When i come to my casa yo quiero ver a mi raza.

Chorus – Si yo fuera presidente, yo te hago residente, porque yo soy para mi gente.

Si yo fuera presidente, yo te hago residente, porque yo soy para mi gente.

Music by Daniel Baranda

Art by Ashley Bronner

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