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Jamie N Commons — Lead Me Home
Album: The Walking Dead Soundtrack
Avg rating:
7.1

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Total ratings: 460









Released: 2013
Length: 1:51
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Oh Lord, live inside me, lead me on my way
Oh Lord, live inside me, lead me on my way
Lead me home
Lead me home
Oh Lord in the darkness, lead me on my way
Oh Lord in the darkness, lead me on my way
Lead me home
Lead me home
Oh Lord, Heaven's waiting, open up your door
Oh Lord, Heaven's waiting, open up your door
Lead me home
Lead me home
Lead me home
Lead me home
Lead me home
Lead me home
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What guff! Too many duff songs in a row; time to switch to Spotify - and more from the artists I discovered on RP ;-)
After two chronic songs this makes me reach for the #10 button! Are you manipulating us?
1st time I've heard.  Definitely like.
 donna10707 wrote:
What a bizarre and racist thing to say O.o not cool
BillG wrote:

If you're referring to the spoken comment that I think you are (that his voice reminds me of an older black man), all I can say is:

reference to race ≠ racism

 
Agreed - and thanks for the reminder, BillG!

I think society gets too caught up on simple words/phrases without examining the intent. 

On a similar note, as far as PC goes, one of my pet peeves is the use of the term "African-American" or even worse "Afro-American."  My dad was born and raised in Africa before my family moved to Seattle in 1962.  My family from Egypt, a nation in AFRICA, does that make us African-American?  I think not!


 donna10707 wrote:
What a bizarre and racist thing to say O.o not cool

 
If you're referring to the spoken comment that I think you are (that his voice reminds me of an older black man), all I can say is:

reference to race ≠ racism
What a bizarre and racist thing to say O.o not cool
 TerryS wrote:

That cannot be Lazman, he was monocoloric green.

 
He is in drug rehab and as part of the treatment they tried an experimental therapy that consisted of colonic irrigation with a blue dye connected to a garden hose pipe. There was an unfortunate side-effect that turned his skin a pale shade of blue and he is temporarily unable to differentiate between green and blue.

Rock on Lazarus and get well soon!
Sounds like a Moby song, but I can't remember what it was called. Inspired by that at least I'd say...
I'll admit I'm a little buzzed, but this one gives me chills....
gonna check this artist out... sounds excellent.... solid 7.
Like, yes I do.
Gives me shivers... {#Good-vibes}
Little Otis Taylor thing going' on there.....
Nice. 
First one!  This is for you Rick Grimes!