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Sing


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Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

What won't kill you will make you strong

Sing, my sister, sing

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

What won't kill you will make you strong

Sing, my sister, sing

 

You don't need to disrespect yourself again

Don't hide your light behind your fear

Now women can be strong

You've known it all along

What you need is what you haven't found

So...

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

What won't kill you will make you strong

Sing, my sister, sing

 

Women are the mothers of the world, my friend

I tell you womankind is strong

Take your beautiful self up to the heights again

(Ooh)

Back to the place where you belong

So...

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

What won't kill you will make you strong

Sing, my sister, sing

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

What won't kill you will make you strong

Sing, my sister, sing

 

Sing out

Sing loud

Sing proud

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

 

Sing, my sister, sing

Let your voice be heard

 

Credits

Written by Annie Lennox

Produced by Glen Ballard

Album

Annie Lennox - Songs of Mass Destruction

Songs of Mass Destruction

Single

Sing was written by Annie Lennox exclusively for the HIV/Aids issue of women and children. The song features an all star cast of 23 females, including: Anastacia, Angelique Kidjo, Beth Gibbons, Beth Orton, Beverley Knight, Bonnie Raitt, Celine Dion, Dido, Faith Hill, Fergie, Gladys Knight, Isobel Campbell, Joss Stone, K.D. Lang, KT Tunstall, Madonna, Martha Wainwright, Melissa Etheridge, Pink, Sarah McLachlan, Shakira, Shingai Shoniwa, Sugababes. Madonna does not only feature in the chorus, she actually sings a whole verse. Sing is scheduled to be released as a single on December 3rd, 2007 as the second single from Songs of Mass Destruction.

The video features Annie in Africa, but none of the collaborating women can be seen in it.

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