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I just wanna express myself in a positive way ;)

Dawud Wharnsby Ali-Alhamdulillah

I’m just a rock, and everyday I sit and watch the sky

I sleep here in the sun and rain, and do not question why

I don’t want to be a bird, ’cause as rocks we’re never meant to fly

But you can sit and rest on me when you pass by

Alhamdulillah (Praise be to Allah) – Alhamdulillah I’m a rock

And that is all Allah asks of me

Alhamdulillah – Alhamdulillah I’m a Muslim

And there’s nothing else I’d rather be

I’m just a tree and this is the only life I’ll ever know

I’ll bow my bows and worship whenever I feel the wind blow

And my purpose in life is to grow and Allah says grow

And be a home for the birds and shade for folks below

Alhamdulillah – Alhamdulillah I’m a tree

And that is all Allah asks of me

Alhamdulillah – Alhamdulillah I’m a Muslim

And there’s nothing else I’d rather be

I’m just a person and my life is full of opportunity

I can travel through the world, over land and over sea

But will I choose the path of Truth, or a path to misguide me?

Sometimes I wish I had a simple life, just like a rock or a tree

But Alhamdulillah – Alhamdulillah I’m a person

And Allah has given me a choice that’s free

So, Alhamdulillah – I choose to be a Muslim

And there’s nothing else I’d rather be

Alhamdulillah – Alhamdulillah I’m a person

And Allah has given me a choice that’s free

So, Alhamdulillah – I choose to be a Muslim

And there’s nothing else I’d rather be

No, there’s nothing else I’d rather be

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This entry was posted on September 26, 2011 by in Art in Islam.
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