"The song is inspired by the story of Emmett Till. It talks about his life, but more importantly it centers on the idea that racism is not dead. Sixty years ago he died, the same way that Trayvon Martin died - for nothing - and to put it plainly, I'm tired of it. The lyrics recount this young boy's story, as it deserves to be told and remembered, but more importantly the song also begs the question 'How many times do we have to repeat ourselves before we learn from our mistakes?'" - MELODY GARDOT
"Preacherman" stammt aus dem neuen Melody Gardot Album "Currency Of Man". Mehr über Emmett Till erfahren Sie hier.