"Teenage Rampage" as written by Michael Donald Chapman and Nicholas Barry Chinn....
All over the land the kids are finally startin' to get the upper hand.
They're out in the streets they turn on the heat
And soon they could be completely in command.
Imagine the sensation
Of teenage occupation

At thirteen they'll be learning

But at fourteen they'll be burnin'
But there's something in the air
Of which we all will be aware.

But they don't care
No
No
No
No
So come join the revolution

Get yourself a constitution
Come join the revolution now

And recognize your age it's a teenage rampage

Turn another page on the teenage rampage now.
So recognize your age it's a teenage rampage

Turn another page on the teenage rampage
Now now now now now now now now . . .

They're getting it on ain't doing it wrong and they're gonna do it

It won't be long.
They gotta be heard
They get the word
That really belongs

And now they're coming on strong.
Imagine the formation
Of teenage legislation
At thirteen they were fooling

But at sixteen they'll be rulin'
And there's something in the air
Of which we all will be aware.

But they don't care
No no no no .
There's something in the air
Of which we all will be aware yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah

So come join the revolution

Get yourself a constitution...


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"Teenage Rampage" as written by Nicholas Barry Chinn Michael Donald Chapman

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    General CommentIt's clearly obvious that this was another in the line of 'teenage rebellion' themed songs written by Nick Chinn and Mike Chapamn. The band didn't really like the song. The crowd chants of 'We Want Sweet' at the beginning of the song are studio trickery! It's a few roadies and some clever work by the production team.
    hongkongmickon December 22, 2005   Link

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