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Mighty Mighty Lyrics By Earth, Wind & Fire Songs Album: Open Our Eyes Year: 1974 Walk around, why wear a frown Say little people, try to put you down Wha

Earth, Wind & Fire - Mighty Might
Earth, Wind & Fire - Mighty Mighty


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Album: Open Our Eyes
Released: 1974

Mighty Mighty Lyrics


Walk around, why wear a frown
Say little people, try to put you down
What you need, is a helpin' hand
All the strength, at your command

How's ya faith? 'Cause ya faith is you
Who you kiddin', to yourself be true
Spread ya love, for a brighter day
For what ya search, you'll find a way

We are people, of the mighty
Mighty people of the sun
In our heart lies all the answers
To the truth you can't run from

Eagle flies, every seven days
Still cryin the blues, all about ya pay
What ya gonna do? 'Bout your living thang
Will ya make it better, or just complain

Everyday is real, don't run from fear
'Cause better days are very near
There are times when you are bound to cry
One more time, head to the sky

We are people, of the mighty
Mighty people of the sun
In our heart lies all the answers
To the truth you can't run from

We are people, of the mighty
Mighty people of the sun
In our heart lies all the answers
To the truth you can't run from

We are people, of the mighty
Mighty people of the sun
In our heart lies all the answers
To the truth you can't run from

Writer/s: White, Verdine Adams / White, Maurice
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Mighty Mighty
  • With the chorus line, "We are people, of the mighty, mighty people of the sun," this is one of the more spiritual Earth, Wind & Fire songs. "There are certain aspects which have to be kept clean, things that relate directly to the Creator," Maurice White told Blues & Soul in 1975. "By adopting a totally positive approach to our life, we can reflect this in our music."

    Many of EW&F's most upbeat songs are also their most meaningful, the idea being that celebration through music can bring us to a higher power.
  • Maurice White wrote this song with his younger brother/bass player Verdine. The song, which was the lead single from the band's fifth album, became their biggest hit to this point.
  • According to Verdine White, many radio stations refused to play this song because they thought it was about black power.
  • The band recorded the Open Our Eyes album at Caribou Ranch Studios in Colorado. A big influence on their sound was Charles Stepney, who co-produced the band with Maurice White until Stepney's death in 1976.

    Regarding the recording of this song, Verdine White told us : "I remember we just got into a groove, man. We just got into it. You know what I mean? That was one of our favorite songs to record and play."

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