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Willow Smith is addressing her post-election emotions with a song

Willow Smith has never been afraid to share her emotions with the world, and she recently decided to channel the way she felt after the U.S. presidential election through music.

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Smith wrote a song titled “November 9” — which was released via SoundCloud on Sunday, Nov. 13 — which she hopes will inspire fellow Americans.

In the caption, Smith shared the inspiration behind her song, which she referred to as a “transcendental lullaby” with a hashtag. She wrote, “I wrote this song on the day of the election. Peace and revelations to all!”

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The hauntingly beautiful lyrics include, “Baby girl, I know you’re tired. / Don’t let the world put out your fire. / Take my hand and you will see / sadness and anger aren’t everything.” While the second verse goes on to address men, as she sings, “Baby boy, don’t lose your sweetness. / Don’t think your humanity equals weakness. / Take my hand and you shall see / suppression and pain are not everything.”

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