Thank You Dr King

Posted on January 19, 2014
When I was growing up, blacks and whites could not use the same public toilet, drink from the same water fountain or sit together on a bus in many parts of this country. Thanks to the sacrifices of Dr. Martin Luther King and many other courageous civil rights warriors, I live a life of relative freedom and equality.

Several years ago I wrote a song to honor him. In the chorus I say:

I wouldn't be who I am
Where I am
Without this man
I'm lifted on the wing
Of Martin Luther King

To celebrate Dr. King's legacy, I've made this song available for free download on the "listen" page of this website. Enjoy!