Englisches Lied über Rede/Religionsfreiheit

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Diese Antwort mag auf den ersten Blick ein wenig neben der Spur liegen, aber es gibt ein deutsches Lied über den Bauernkrieg mit den Zeilen:

"Als Adam grub und Eva spann,
Wo war denn da der Edelmann?"

Diese Zeilen gehen zurück auf einen bekannten Reim aus der Zeit der Peasants' Revolt von 1381 in England:

"When Adam delved and Eve span
Who was then the gentleman?"

Bei Interesse kannst Du (reichlich) Details googeln - es geht hier um eine frühe Frage nach den Rechten von Menschen.

Gruß, earnest

Was man so alles erfahren kann, wenn man Deine Antworten liest?! Interessant!


Warum googelst du nicht selber?

Mein 1. Versuch:

Kommentar von einem Tendzin (buddh. Lehrer):

Wow I wanna learn this song.We Tibetan need song like that to show our solidarity to other country . That we need a human rights. Free Tibet . And that of the artist and actress and actors , our member . We appreciate u guys.

Zweiter (2. )Google- Klick mit "human rights song"

Bob Marley: Get up, stand up

Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights!
Get up, stand up: don't give up the fight!

Preacherman, don't tell me,
Heaven is under the earth.
I know you don't know
What life is really worth.
It's not all that glitters is gold;
'Alf the story has never been told:
So now you see the light, eh!
Stand up for your rights. Come on!

Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights!
Get up, stand up: don't give up the fight!

Most people think,
Great God will come from the skies,
Take away everything
And make everybody feel high.
But if you know what life is worth,
You will look for yours on earth:
And now you see the light,
You stand up for your rights. Jah!

Get up, stand up!
Stand up for your rights!

Don't give up the fight! (Life is your right!)
Get up, stand up! (So we can't give up the fight!)
Stand up for your rights! (Lord, Lord!)
Get up, stand up! (Keep on struggling on!)
Don't give up the fight! (Yeah!)

We sick an' tired of-a your ism-skism game -
Dyin' 'n' goin' to heaven in-a Jesus' name, Lord.
We know when we understand:
Almighty God is a living man.
You can fool some people sometimes,
But you can't fool all the people all the time.
So now we see the light (What you gonna do?),
We gonna stand up for our rights! (Yeah, yeah, yeah!)

So you better:
Get up, stand up! (In the morning! Git it up!)
Stand up for your rights! (Stand up for our rights!)
Get up, stand up!
Don't give up the fight! (Don't give it up, don't give it up!)
Get up, stand up! (Get up, stand up!)
Stand up for your rights! (Get up, stand up!)
Get up, stand up! (...)
Don't give up the fight! (Get up, stand up!)




Vierter (4.) Klick "religious freedeom".

This Is The Day


Catholic couple produces song, video to promote religious liberty.Submitted on October 25, 2012

Produced in St. Louis, MO, in October 2012, this music video was Directed and Edited by: Josh Mullins and Cat Goeke. Music and Lyrics written and copyrighted by Carl Nelson. Mary Nelson is the vocalist, accompanied on piano by Phil Dunlap.

The First Amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Each of us is called to use our gifts for the cause of Religious Liberty. This song is our gift. It is our hope that it moves you to take action...to let your voice be heard so that the precious gift of liberty that we enjoy in this amazing country of ours will not be lost. We can no longer simply take our freedom for granted. Remember, "If religious liberty can simply be thrown away, what will be taken tomorrow?"


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