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Lyfe Jennings Takes a Stand for Baltimore With Tribute Song “Baltimore”

In light of the recent protests and riots in the city of Baltimore, singer/songwriter Lyfe Jennings took a stand by raising awareness through a song he recently wrote titled “Baltimore.” He performed the song on News Channel 8 “Let’s Talk Live” show in Arlington, VA this morning.  Lyfe was on his way to Baltimore to promote his upcoming album when the trip got canceled due to protests and riots. He wrote the song soon after to show his support to the city and people affected.  Some of the lyrics are…“Hurt people wanna hurt people, two wrongs don’t make it right it don’t even make it even.”  He’s calling for all entertainers who have a voice to use it! #blacklivesmatter #alllivesmatter #ProLyfe
 

“BALTIMORE”  – written and performed by Lyfe Jennings
Have more than what you show
Speak less than what you know
You ain’t got nothing good to say then
Keep your dang mouth closed
Be a man of your word
See it through to the end
Cause if God can’t trust you with that small things
He’ll never trust you with the big
 
Remember hurt people wanna hurt people
And church people are sometimes the worse people
And cursed people are always the first people
You gotta know your worth people
‘Cause ya get what you deserve
People they say we  burning 
Baltimore
Kids too young to be going to war
Gotta find a better solution
What are you doing
 
Two wrongs don’t make it right, it don’t even make it even
All it does is show your lack of control
Life without a reason
Years without a season
Lungs without the breathing
Trust without believing
One day we’ll all be leaving
 
Remember hurt people wanna hurt people
And church people are sometimes the worse people
And cursed people are always the first people
You gotta know your worth people
Cause ya get what you deserve people
They say we burning  Baltimore
Kids too young to be going to war
Gotta find a better solution
What are we doing

Lyfe Jennings is set to release his highly anticipated sixth studio album, Tree Of Lyfe, on June 23rd via RAL/Sony Music Entertainment. “The Tree Of Lyfe album represents growth, expression, human connection and support,” says Lyfe Jennings. “I’ve always felt people are the tree of life and not success or materialistic things.”

Thanks to Singersroom

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