"Revolution" as written by Jason P. Truby, Paul J. Sandoval, Mark Traa Daniels and Noah C. Jr. Bernardo....
More calm than a heartbeat that flat lines
Quiet like a dark street under the moonlight
A phrase of action that's been screamed by the guts of men,
Ever since they're first experienced
Injustice, prejudice, discrimination
A word louder than a gunshot
And softer than a baby's laugh, it will pass
Just like it always has. until it spits of the lips
The next man who's had it up to here.

Did somebody say a revolution?
Or is it all in my head?
Is that what it takes to make a solution
Your revolution

I'm not the first or the last to imagine it
Acknowledge the concepts, question and grasp it
Rebel against the eye and bring down the cell.
Mutiny, me overthrow you
Rebellion starts within, the time is now

Did somebody say a revolution?
Or is it all in my head?
Is that what it takes to make a solution, solution

Did somebody say a revolution?
Or is it all in my head?
Is that what it takes to make a solution
Your revolution

Purple skies, devil eyes, hypnotize
Little lies, compromise, fireflies
Samurais, parasite, fly by night, after life, materialize
Look alike, stereotype, do or die, lullaby, black and white

Did somebody say a revolution?
Or is it all in my head?
Is that what it takes to make a solution, solution

Did somebody say a revolution?
Or at least it's been said
Is that what it takes to make a solution?
Your revolution

No resolution, your revolution
And what's your solution? Your revolution
And no substitution, your revolution
And no resolution, your revolution
And what's your solution?


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    General CommentI really like this song a lot. In the vereses, "rebel against the I, and bring down the self", means that some people that are rebels go against the I, which is God, and when they don't have him, they get sad and lonely.
    gus garciaon November 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIn a very calm tone: meursaultsrevolver,
    have you ever read any other lyric from them unless you prefer to listen to a very thoughtful band like Taking Back Sunday or 50 Cents if you want where I am we have a very ''intelligent'' show called
    Star Academy and another called Loft Story.
    I am sure you would like them.

    But I'll admit this is not one of their best,
    but every one have lesser tunes, we can't all be like Thursday or Iron Maiden.

    Saying that I urge you to read THe Messenjah ro Yough of the Nation.
    TheEyeIsBlindon January 18, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGOOD p.o.d song. id' say **1/2. (2 and a half stars)
    laxbosson March 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is good, and all of PODs tracks are good, THEY DO NOT HAVE BAD TRACKS!!! OH and For commenter number 2 you just showed how stupid you are, because plural form of Samurias can be either Samurai or samurias, look it up in the dictionary, and why that matters so much to you I dont know, I will beat your face with my guitar if you ever make another comment like that again. GOT IT!!
    JasonTruby6on March 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI second that, Truby. 'Cept I'll bash his face with my bass. It's heavier than a guitar ;)

    I mean really, is it entirely necessary to act like a prick if you just don't like a song?
    Beef Mongeron December 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song kicks ass. Great opening line.
    AnotherBrickon June 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentp.o.d are such a bunch of cocks. for one thing, the lyrics are just meaningless. revolution and solution!? no way! no need to break out the rhyming dictionary with these geniuses. wow. oh and the plural of samurai is samurai. dumbasses.
    meursaultsrevolveron March 27, 2005   Link

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