I wrote this song last 4th of July. It is called "America We Are One." Our nation is divided, and if you believe it is time for us to come together from the left and the right to do what's best for America, please share this video. The Bible says in Mark 3:25, "If a house divided against itself, that house cannot stand." This is a call for the people of the USA and those who we have elected to go back to our roots, "One nation under God . . ."
Yvonne Lewis is the soloist. Originally from New York, she has had a very successful career in the secular music business. She was one of New York's top jingle singers for many years. She sang commercials for Diet Coke, Frito Lay, Folgers coffee, Burger King, Ruffles potato chips, Pizza Hut, and the list goes on and on. She also sang a duet with Kermit the Frog that you probably have heard . . ."It's Not Easy Being Green"! She has sung with Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, Roberta Flack, and many others. Yvonne Lewis is now the General Manager of 3ABN's new television network, "Dare To Dream." This station targets the needs of people in the inner cities of America and around the world.
Our choir for this project is made up of some of the most familiar singers in the business: Terry Blackwood, Gene McDonald, Judy Rodman, Reggie and Ladye Love Smith, Bonnie Keen, and many others. Our legendary arranger and composer is Mr. Lari Goss! I want to thank Lari, all the singers, the entire orchestra, and the band members for making this song possible. And of course ALL thanks and credit goes to God, our Lord and Savior! Please share this song with all your friends!
Brandon Seventh-day Adventist Church
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Brandon, FL 33510
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It’s a Beautiful World CD
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"These are happy songs that teach children about Creation Week, Heaven, and many other topics ranging from diet and health to God’s perfect number—seven. I believe they will appeal to kids of all ages, from the very young all the way up to 14- or 15-year-olds."