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Marvin Gaye – Abraham, Martin And John lyrics

Has anyone here seen my old friend Abraham?
Can you tell me whe he's gone?
Oh, he freed a lot of people
But it seems the good die young, yeah.
I just looked around and he was gone
.

Hmmm

Has anyone here seen my old friend John?
Can you tell me whe he's gone?
You know, he freed a lot of people
But it seems the good die young, yeah.
I just looked around and he was gone
.

Oh yeah

Has anyone here seen my old friend Martin?
Can you tell me whe he's gone?
He freed a lot of people
But it seems the good die young, yeah.
I just looked around and he was gone
.

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Has anyone here seen my friend Bobby?
Can you tell me whe he's gone?
You know, he freed a lot of people
But the good, they die young, yeah
.
I just looked around and he was gone.

Oh, I just looked around and they were gone, oh yes



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    The song features some of the main movers of the civil rights movement in the USA. Abraham Lincoln, Dr Martin Luther King Jr., John F Kennedy and Robert F Kennedy. "Abraham, Martin and John" was a way of reminding people that they could aspire to great things, even in the midst of tragedy and confusion.
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