Lingua   

No More

Colin Edmunds
Lingua: Inglese



A song expressing the anger and disgust of a person opposing the war in Iraq, making the arguements that the war is hurting us all, and that we, the people, must stand up and fight against the war if we truely want a better world.
I won't build your bombs for another Vietnam, and I don't care what you think about me.
I won't wave your flag, or fight in Iraq, cuz this ain't what it is to be free.
and we'll tell 'em all "NO MORE!", and they'll ask what we stand for, and this is what we'll say: The World should be free, with no chemicals spilled in the sea. Your money is nothing, 'cause people are everything. It's a place for you and me. Tear down the liquor store and build a home for the poor, and kick ol' W out the door. We're building a new country thats truely free.
It starts in the streets; we're marching for peace and solidarity. It's the Great American Schism between facist capitalism and democracy.
The Sum of their fears, the wrench in the gears, WE ARE THE REVOLUTION!
We want the world to be free, with no chemicals spilled in the sea. Your money is nothing, 'cause people are everything. It's a place for you and me. Tear down the liquor store and build a home for the poor, and kick ol' W out the door. We're building a new country thats truely free.

inviata da Colin - 27/4/2006 - 02:39



Pagina principale CCG

Segnalate eventuali errori nei testi o nei commenti a antiwarsongs@gmail.com




hosted by inventati.org