"Daybreak" as written by John Squire, Ian Brown, Gary Mountfield and Alan Wren....
This is the daybreak
And this is the love we make
For love is the law here
You got to know how I love it, yeah
It's more than a mover
You know it takes all fast, all song
Stone cold wild
Bring the love in son, brother, man
True nature child
I think I'll sing it

For Atlanta Georgia
To Longsight Manchester
Everyone ready
So, so willing and able, yeah, yeah, yeah
For the love you make
Go no sis, huh, yeah, woo

Yeah, yeah, yeah

She built it to make ya
We all love makers, ain't we
Sister Rosa Lee parks
Love forever her name in your heart
Forever in my heart

Woo, hey
As I sing on this song
Someone just got rolled on
Hey, oh hey, yeah, woo, yeah

New York City to Addis Ababababa
Keep on keeping strong
Keep on keeping on

So why no stack for black
On a radio station in this, the city
Been going on so long
Level on the line, I'm a leaf on the vine of time
Black bones are the original bones
And so this is the whole wide world should know, y'all
I came to sing this song in your city

Ooh, for the dreamers
One more for the dreamers, yeah


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"Daybreak" as written by Gary Mountfield Alan Wren

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  • +2
    General CommentOutstanding track. Ahead of its time like everything else they did.
    soggybottomboyon February 07, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General CommentYes first comment. not that good a song though.
    ByeByeBadmanon January 06, 2007   Link
  • -1
    General CommentA pretty laid bak tune from the Roses. Seems in parts to be talking bout racism - Atlanta, Rosa Parks, No stack for Black
    vin_1986on June 06, 2007   Link

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