And still, at night, it's one of my biggest songs in the show. Did you go to the church and hold hands with some stranger Stand in line and give your own blood? And then the next day, I started piecing all those verses together that were the thoughts I'd had or visuals I'd had, and... It's hard to follow it, but I see so many that are holding up them lighters and are glad to hear it, and I think are moved by it, and glad I did it.
Those were big changes! In the anniversary-related interview, Jackson recalled the night he first performed it publicly.
Did you weep for the children Who lost their dear loved ones Or pray for the ones who don't know? Did you shout out in anger And fear for your neighbor Or did you just sit down and cry? Did you notice the sunset the first time in ages Or speak to some stranger on the street?
We just sang it. I guess I was like everybody else, just feeling those same feelings.
Alan Jackson Alan Eugene Jackson. Did you look up to Heaven For some kind of answer And look at yourself And what really matters?
I Slipped and Fell in Love 8. A Little Bluer Than That 5. I mean, that's what I was thinking, too. I wasn't sure I wanted to put that out, but everybody convinced me that it was the thing to do...
Did you shout out in anger, in fear for your neighbor Or did you just sit down and cry? Join us. Did you weep for the children Who lost their dear loved ones And pray for the ones who don't know Did you rejoice for the people who walked from the rubble And sob for the ones left below.