Abraham * Martin and John *** Dion
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Published on Aug 12, 2013



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Lyrics:

Has anybody here seen my old friend Abraham?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
He freed a lot of people,
But it seems the good they die young.
You know, I just looked around and he's gone.

Anybody here seen my old friend John?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
He freed a lot of people,
But it seems the good they die young.
I just looked around and he's gone.

Anybody here seen my old friend Martin?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
He freed a lot of people,
But it seems the good they die young.
I just looked 'round and he's gone.

Didn't you love the things that they stood for?
Didn't they try to find some good for you and me?
And we'll be free
Some day soon, and it's a-gonna be one day ...

Anybody here seen my old friend Bobby?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
I thought I saw him walkin' up over the hill,
With Abraham, Martin and John.

Lyrics may be questionable....


Top Comments

MissDistarr60 | 1 year ago
We could certainly use them now.

spiritchannel | 7 months ago
I am a Targeted Individual. I can tell you that America needs these leaders who believed in freedom for all people. Please research the following terms: Targeted Individuals, Gang Stalking, Directed Energy Weapons. You will see that the America of today is NOT what these great leaders envisioned for our country. I pray for America as it has lost its way.

candy nichols | 2 years ago
A song that makes me freeze and listen every time I hear it, wherever I am. Holds a lot of emotion and memory......to really understand the 1960's, you had to live it and be there.............................sad.....but I am forever grateful to have been there and absorbed its impact...........xo

Michael Garrigan | 1 year ago
I met bobby Kennedy.....on my Mom's front porch......when he was running for new York's senator

Justin Tabatchnick | 1 year ago
I'll never forget the day John Kennedy was assassinated , my 8th grade teacher was crying and just dismissed us . I was happy about going home early and sad as well for my teacher not understanding what had transpired until I got home and saw my father crying and through the tears he explained what had happened. What affected me the most was that I never saw my father cry, he was a very stoic man.

Larry John | 3 years ago
Thank you for posting.Words cannot express the beauty of this song.While their Legacies live on there will always be people who want to crush are hopes and dreams.These men were not perfect but they were striving for a better today and tomorrow By Listening to Learning froum and overcoming.the obstacles that surrounded them in order to work toward a brighter Future.Thank you Doin .Thank you Abraham Martin Bobby and John Thank you sir for posting.A gr8 tribute.

Audie Murphy | 1 year ago
This is for all of my Brothers that I lost in Viet Nam.

James Lye | 1 year ago
Thank you OneUnconditionalLove...Young people should be encouraged to listen to and appreciate this song...In unity there is strength...In chaos there is violence and destruction....I choose unity...Any takers...Peace and Tranquility

michael smith | 1 year ago
for those we knew and met and loved and now are no longer here.

Jorge Espinosa | 1 year ago
What happened to the America I grew up in?


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