"Colors of Praise" @ the Peace Train Conference




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Published on May 15, 2007

Three days after the Virginia Tech shootings, we boarded the Peace Train with today's living legends of non-violence including Arun Gandhi, Yolanda King, Dolores Huerta, Dr. Michael Beckwith & many more heading to San Jose celebrating music & dialogue the 10th Anniversary for the Season of Nonviolence. Our train was greeted in San Jose with 200 local residents holding lit candles & singing "Imagine." The Mayor was also there to greet us & joined in on the conference the next day. What an honor to have Faith's music used in such a powerful way! We are the place where peace begins.

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Vibrant colors fill this place
See the warmth in every face
Look around at the rainbow of people who come to praise

Single mother dressed in red
Stands next to a World War Vet
And up in the front there are children -- brown, black & white

Oh the candle glows
And the Spirit flows
The Word's been brought to life

We come together today
Put every diff'rence away

We blend our voices with love
Reach out to the One God above
We shout with COLORS OF PRAISE

We each walk our different paths
Look to find a love that lasts
Here to paint a picture of gladness and joy in God

Some in t-shirts, some wear ties
Many who have changed their lives
From the streets we have come to make this place our very home

Blue Green, White Gold
Pink Rose, Red Glow
Purpleness, Cool Black
Love lasts -- evermore
God Flows like a Rainbow
Our Hearts Know as the Joy Grows
And We All Show the Colors of...the Colors of Godliness
(Double Chorus)

Colors of Praise, Colors of Praise...

God flows like a rainbow, we all show the colors of Godliness (repeat)


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