Protest Music from Sanctity of Life Sunday – January 18, 2015

Way back in 1974, with the Roe v. Wade decision so firmly planted in the nation’s mind, a duo by the name of Seals and Crofts performed a song called Unborn Child at the 1974 California Jam. Their song would eventually rise to #66 on the pop charts. The song was a plea to every mother who may be considering abortion and a sad memorial for every child whose life would be snuffed out by the very person who should most want to protect them. It was a beautiful song even then – but now 40 years later it reminds us that an entire generation of Americans were murdered and have never founds justice.


50 million children enrolled in a public elementary or secondary school in the USA in 2014…

Almost 57 million children have been murdered in their mothers’ wombs since Roe v Wade.


We have wiped out an entire generation of people. It’s a holocaust that we have allowed and a national sin that we should be ashamed.



Oh little baby, you’ll never cry, nor will you heara sweet lullabye.


Oh unborn child, if you only knew just what your momma was plannin’ to do.
You’re still a-clingin’ to the tree of life, but soon you’ll be cut off before you get ripe.
Oh unborn child, beginning to grow inside your momma, but you’ll never know.
Oh tiny bud, that grows in the womb, only to be crushed before you can bloom.


Mama stop! Turn around, go back, think it over.
Now stop, turn around, go back, think it over.
Stop, turn around, go back think it over.


Oh no momma, just let it be. You’ll never regret it, just wait and see.


Think of all the great ones who gave everything
That we might have life here, so please bear the pain.


Mama stop! Turn around, go back, think it over.
Now stop, turn around, go back, think it over.
Stop, turn around, go back think it over.



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Onan Coca

Onan is the Editor-in-Chief at Romulus Marketing. He's also the managing editor at, and the managing partner at You can read more of his writing at Eagle Rising.
Onan is a graduate of Liberty University (2003) and earned his M.Ed. at Western Governors University in 2012. Onan lives in Atlanta with his wife and their three wonderful children.

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