Cromwell’s wife, his mistress and his female slave sing about the pain of love. Sung by Beth Keenan, Sarah Coope and Michelle Chirenda.
Cromwell’s mistress, Miss Cleveland, reveals her strategy . Sung Here by Beth Keenan
A group of slaves sing about their captivity in a white man’s world and ask Jesus to set them free. Sung by The Living Word Ministry Gospel Choir - Slough UK
Cromwell’s fiancé sings of her love and her life. Sung by Sarah Coope
Mis Cleveland, Cromwell’s mistress, sings a trio with his wife Elizabeth and his slave Isabella. They sing about how painful love can be.
Written by Bob Davis and Mark Britton
A nice song - good lyrics, vocals and instrumental back up.
How different could Joan of Arc’s life have been if only…?
lovely song, and voice. :-)