We Had a Dream (or, a Variation on a Speech by King) [Bn'RC]
I had a dream.
I had a dream that this nation would be one of free, equal people; a nation where we’d share the burden of history & move forward.
She had a dream.
She had a dream that her children’s children would live in a nation where they’d be judged by the content of their character & not by pigmentation.
He has a dream.
He has a dream that we can move forward in the world & make a difference. We can make things change.
We had a dream.
We had a dream of hope for our children, peace in our
world, equality for all.
We had a dream that day.
But it was more than a dream.
We worked to make it a reality.
We have a dream that we as a people, we as a nation, can make things change.
It will not be easy; we must all share the burden.
But the day will come when we will have changed our nation for the better. We’ll have done it together, as one.
And, on that day day, we shall all join hands & sing:
“Change at last, change at last, thank God Almighty for change at last!”