Justice Shouts

from by Jasmine Tate



Verse 1:
She was five foot three
Had a story like a symphony
And her eyes were like puddles of a mystery
But those brown eyes
Were all that I could see through her disguise of a smile
In the Land of the Free
And the Home of the Brave
Bought by the American Dream
Oh what a shame
To be stripped of your name
Its funny how quickly things can change

With minor lift
And a major fall
It seems you rise
Then you're stripped of it all
With a minor lift
And a major fall
You think you've seen it all
No, you haven't seen it all

Justice shouts from the middle of the crowd
I have a name for you
Freedom ran in the middle of the night
To prepare a place for you

Verse 2:
And that scarlet letter
She wore on her chest
And that scarlet lipstick
He smeared on her face
That alabaster jar you saw
From the windows of your car
She was standing on the corner
You drove right by
She was standing right in front of you
You closed your eyes
Home is the chain
That took away her name
Oh, where will she go
Nobody knows now


from Life and Love, released May 6, 2014



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Jasmine Tate Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Following in the sonic and social footsteps of Tracy Chapman and Lauryn Hill, Jasmine Tate, a Pittsburgh based singer/songwriter, has quite the flair for creating one ­on ­one encounters with each audience member. Her first solo project, The Jasmine Tate EP debuted at #9 on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts, besting releases by Sheryl Crow, Simon & Garfunkel, and Ben Rector, to name a few. ... more

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