The Voiceless (#EnoughIsEnough) Song – mp3

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A fundraising song for the SA Women Fight Back cause.

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The Voiceless is a gentle song appealing to humanity to help shift gender-based violence and violence against children. Awareness of this social issue has grown significantly and there are many groups who are joining forces to make a stand against violence against women and children as well as turning the social views towards more peaceful solutions. This is not an issue unique to any country and has become a worldwide issue. Enough is enough! The only way forward is to change the social scourge of gender based violence is by embracing respect, love for others, equal rights and helping vulnerable parties become more empowered.

Creators: Grier Fisher & Andrew King.
Vocals: Grier Fisher & Liza King
Guitar: D Coetzee & G Fisher Bass: A King

Additional chorus singers:

BryonyRoughton, Candy Lock, John Lock, Michael Brown, Amy Dalton, Rebecca Sparg, Janice Sparg, Rachel Sparg, Nicholas King, Bulelwa Goniwe, Gail Botha, Joy Levin, Andrew Parker, Caroline Joseph, Abi De Jongh, Allanah White, Emily De Jongh, Wendy Purdon, Dianne Purdon, Bronwyn White, Jackie Buss, Caitlin Goodwin, Jodie Biddlecombe, Dakara Chase, Peggy Biddlecombe, Bobby Biddlecombe, Lianne Lembeck, Emma-Jean, Clare Maude and Lauren Hope.

Art: Isabelle king
Mastered by Paris Zannos

Lyrics:

Life, laughter ans see-saws
You should laugh every time that you play
Never grow up insecure
Never grow up afraid
Don’t wish your life away
Dreams will come to you when they do
Time is all that we have
Be careful who you give it to

And I will scream out for the voiceless
I will reach out into the dark
I will not accept that this is my fate
I will not accept who you are
Enough is enough
Enough is enough

There are men who live among us
Men with the darkest of hearts
They walk through the streets in between us
Following the shadowed path
I can see you in my reflection
Reflecting on where do we start
How dare you write someones ending
How dare you leave the innocent scarred

And I will scream out for the voiceless
I will reach out into the dark
I will not accept that this is my fate
I will not accept who you are
Enough is enough
Enough is enough

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