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Westampton Memorial American Legion Post 509
I Remember, I Believe
Composed by Bernice Johnson Reagon,  1995
I don’t know how my mother walked her trouble down I don’t know how my father stood his ground I don’t know how my people survive slavery I do remember, that’s why I believe I don’t know how the rivers overflow their banks I don’t know how the snow falls and covers the ground I don’t know how the hurricane sweeps through the land every now and then Standing in a rainstorm, I believe I don’t know how the angels woke me up this morning soon I don’t know how the blood still runs thru my veins I don’t know how I rate to run another day Standing in a rainstorm I believe My God calls to me in the morning dew The power of the universe knows my name Gave me a song to sing and sent me on my way I raise my voice for justice I believe