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Verse 1
I wanna clap a little louder than before
I wanna sing a little louder higher than before
I wanna jump higher than before
I wanna shout a little louder than before
Chorus
Freedom, freedom, freedom, freedom
Freedom, freedom, freedom, freedom

Verse 2
I wanna clap a little louder than before
I wanna sing a little louder
I wanna spin wilder than before
I wanna shout louder

Verse 3:
I wanna lift my hands higher than before
I wanna love you more than before
I wanna worship deeper than before
I've gotta scream louder...

Bridge:
No more shackles, no more chains,
No more bondage I am free
No more shackles, no more chains,
No more bondage I am free

Halleluiah, halleluiah, halleluiah, halleluiah
Halleluiah, halleluiah, halleluiah



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    UnregisteredApr 5, 2012 at 4:09 pm
    We sing this song at our church and I feel the holy ghost working every time that we sing it. To me this song means that when we are "into" jesus we want to be free in our worship. Nothing should hinder us from doing it! When the song says. No more shackles, no more chains, no more bondage. I think it means that when we praise jesus we are free in praising him in whatever way we fell led to. I mean is he not worthy of it all?!?!?!

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