Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow is the second studio album by American funk band Funkadelic, released in July 1970 by Westbound Records. The inspiration for this album was, according to George Clinton, an attempt to "see if we can cut a whole album while we're all tripping on acid."
The album and its title track, a feedback-drenched number taking a third of the album's length, introduces the subversion of Christian themes explored on later songs, describing a mystical approach to salvation in which "the Kingdom of Heaven is within" and achievable through freeing one's mind, after which one's ass will follow. Many of the songs (such as the title track and "Eulogy and Light") subvert Christian themes, including the Lord's Prayer and the 23rd Psalm. According to Bernie Worrell in a Wax Poetics interview, Tawl Ross and Tiki Fulwood both perform lead vocals on the title track. The backwards track that is ''Eulogy and Light'' is in fact the song ''Open Our Eyes'' from Funkadelic's debut, where Eddie Hazel sings lead vocals.