UAB Gospel Choir | You Don't Know What I Could Have Been

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You Don't Know What I Could Have Been

by UAB Gospel Choir

This song honors the memory of innocent children whose lives were cut short when a church was bombed in Birmingham, Alabama. It is dedicated to the Foot Soldiers and Freedom Riders of the Civil Rights Movement.
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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Kevin Turner, director of the UAB Gospel Choir, composed this song while preparing for a major theatrical concert entitled, Gospel Anthology II: The Church & the Civil Rights Movement. Four grown women speak/sing on behalf of the four little girls who died when a bomb was set off at a church in Birmingham, Alabama. There were others who were injured on that day and two of them passed away later. The song makes a statement within the lyrics, "I had my life in front of me. But you took all that away on that dreadful day - Something mean was on your mind. And you never took the time to ask....What, Oh What, What I Could Have Been."



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