"Revolution" as written by Jason Devore, Bill Marcks, Jeremy Wood and Jim Wilcox....
Look at the blueprints as they disappear
This is a blank space filled with all our fears
To make a move could be devastation
To take a chance is the way to face them
Make it a choice to take a different road

You want a revolution?
You gotta make a difference on your own
Want a revolution?
Stand up!
Stand out and make it known

You want a revolution?
You gotta make a difference on your own
Want a revolution?
Stand up!
Stand out and make it known

A new state
Renovation
A new day brings you to the nation
These days
Another way to replay
No replay
I think I'm better this way
Times up
I'm innocent, it's OK
Too late
I should've could've made me
Why wait ?
But in the end it could be my last big mistake

You want a revolution?
You gotta make a difference on your own
Want a revolution?
Stand up!
Stand out and make it known

You want a revolution?
You gotta make a difference on your own
Want a revolution?
Stand up!
Stand out and make it known

Face first
New days
Choices we've made
Face first
New days
The choices we've made

Face first
Our ability to choose
I make a change
Instead of saying that it's just fine
Time to open up and time to realize
You can make a difference if you try

You want a revolution?
You gotta make a difference on your own
Want a revolution?
Stand up!
Stand out and make it known

You want a revolution?
You gotta make a difference on your own
Want a revolution?
Stand up!
Stand out and make it known

You gotta stand up and make it known!
You want a revolution?


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"Revolution" as written by Charles J. Epperly Brandon L. Lawson

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    General CommentI have this song on my Rock Against Bush I album. It's such a perfect song for the message of the album. Whatever you believe in, don't just sit around and wait for something to happen. Do something!
    Mourningstar74on October 10, 2004   Link
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    General CommentJust another song from a psycho liberal band. Like the song, like the bands music, hate their typical California views.
    rattrick1on November 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLove the typical California views, if that's what revolution is called these days. ;)
    LoveMeMoreThanToaston November 27, 2004   Link
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    General Commentauthority zero has better songs than this.
    BlackLungFeveron January 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAZ definetly has written better songs, but i still love it and rat...read my name...
    gofuckyourselfon January 08, 2005   Link
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    General Commenteven besides the -in my oppinion- great text, the music itself is fucking amazing.
    RHCPon January 24, 2005   Link
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    General Comment"Just another song from a psycho liberal band. Like the song, like the bands music, hate their typical California views. "

    It's a punk band, what do you expect?
    ilovepropagandhion December 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commentnot every thing has to be political it could be taken that way but what it means to me is if you believe in something "stand up stand out and make it known!" but hey i guess it could be political w/e i like myne better!HA
    De1821on February 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti'm with De1821 on this one. if you listen to more of Authority Zero's songs, especially the "A Passage In Time" Album, they're all about self determination. Rather than placeing the blame on someone or something else, take responsibility for yourself and do something. Its called "Locus of Control" for those not familiar with the psychology field. Also, if you check PCH-82, these guys also give a "big-ups" to the USA Bill Of Rights, rather than just bitching about the current political system. This is something that I find to be pretty atypical of the punk world.
    Hyp3r Sint4xon July 23, 2006   Link

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