Don't want to raise my head
The world is covered in rage
Voices calling out in anger
Entering erratically into another age

Shadow puppets on the walls
I don't know who to believe
In the darkness, standing tall
With a smile upon your face

But I have a right to
Have a voice
Have a say

Whether I'm wrong, or whether I'm right
It doesn't really matter anymore
You put up a wall, and we put up a fight
Now it seems like we've forgotten what all of that was for

Whether you don't want to, or whether you can't
See what is right in front of your face
Time is running out, and we're already losing ground
With the human race

Don't want to raise my hand
I don't know why I'm scared to say
I feel like I want to call out
I feel like I want to run away

And I don't know why anyone
Should have to suffer anymore
I don't know a whole lot of anything
But I do wonder what all of this is for

And you have a right to
Have a voice
Have a say

Whether I'm wrong, or whether I'm right
It doesnt really matter anymore
You put up a wall, and we put up a fight
Now it seems we've forgotten what all of that was for
Whether you don't want to, or whether you can't see
What is right in front of your face
Time is running out, and we're already losing ground
With the human race


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    General CommentAllison Crowe has said this is her song for peace, and it's written about people not feeling they have a voice. It's about war. the environment, even personal issues where you feel alone.
    HollyRon July 26, 2007   Link

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