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  • moanin


    3 jul 21:48 Svara
  • DM09

    black power!

    17 nov 2013 Svara
  • KhaliMar

    "All I want is equality for my sister, my brother, my people and me"

    3 okt 2012 Svara
  • PRagdoll

    I betcha thought I was kidding ya, didn't you? [2]

    8 sep 2012 Svara
  • blakbyrd76


    9 feb 2012 Svara
  • AndoDoug

    Nina on the song's origins: "At first I gathered some materials to make a gun. I was going to take one of them out, and I didn't care who it was. Then my husband said, 'Nina, you can't kill anyone. You are a musician. Do what you do.'" Gathering materials to make a gun? Note that Simone suffered from bipolar disorder all her adult life and that she once made headlines for shooting and wounding a neighbor with a BB gun when his laughter disturbed her concentration. She also fired a gun at a record company executive who she accused of stealing royalties.

    20 jan 2012 Svara
  • Elena_Rybak

    Strong Lady. Strong Song. Thank you Nina!

    23 jul 2011 Svara
  • sjm26b

    she had major balls to say this at the time and place that she did.

    21 jun 2011 Svara
  • Lamarkin

    RIP, Nina.

    16 apr 2011 Svara
  • nashville_ergie

    Hot, hot, hot.

    3 dec 2010 Svara
  • Miraclemunkee

    Ah, Nina...I missed you so much. <3

    4 okt 2010 Svara
  • SunshineBeachFl


    30 sep 2010 Svara
  • ManIDontEven


    21 aug 2010 Svara
  • MelynasJautis

    do it slow!!!

    1 jul 2010 Svara
  • DeepInMySoul

    As a white man who once lived in the "Deep South" region of the U.S., and who vocally opposed the racism that was still very much alive there, at least as recently as the end of the '90s, when I moved away, this song has a special resonance for me. I don't pretend to be anything *close* to a martyr. That belongs to those who actually did die in the pursuit for civil rights in the Deep South. With that said though, I did suffer for my open opposition to racism there, and it leads me to ask, will things ever truly change there, in a really deep sense? Don't get me wrong-- there are wonderful things about the South, even for those who don't necessarily "fit in" well (I was one). However, it's just so sad to me that interracial relationships and marriages are seemingly no big deal where I now live, but where I was born and raised, they could still lead to one or both people being assaulted or killed. How long, O Lord, how long? We are all human beings, and we bleed the same blood.

    24 maj 2010 Svara
  • pone2none

    she is a wonderful artist!!!

    7 apr 2010 Svara
  • Sizzyneck

    thats the true! love this song!!!!!! nina i miss you ;)

    5 apr 2010 Svara
  • pbn


    20 mar 2010 Svara
  • adia9785

    You don't have to live next to me just give me my EQUALITY! [2]

    8 dec 2009 Svara
  • gwynnega

    Not the best version.

    12 okt 2009 Svara
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