"We Are One" as written by Jon David Crosse and Cecily Fay Harris....
(The...time...is...now}
When we are loud, we are one
When we are loud, we are one
When we are one, we are more
We are more, we are more, we are...
We are one.

(The...time...is...now)

When we are loud, we are one
When we are one, we are more
We are more, we are more, we are...
We are one

If we're not the change we want to see
If we're not the change, the change, the change
Who will be?

When we are loud, we are one (if we're not the change)
When we are one, we are more, we are more (we want to see)
When we are loud, we are one (we are the change)
When we are one, we are more, we are more, we are more
We are...
We are one

When we are loud, we are one
When we are one, we are more
We are more, we are more, we are more, we are...
We are one
One
We are more, we are more, we are more, we are...
We are one
When we are loud, we are more, we are more, we are one


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"We Are One" as written by Ana Diaz Molina Paul Harris

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  • +1
    General CommentTo me, this song and Here's To Love, are pretty much the only songs that sound like E. Von Dahl Killed The Locals & Decomposer.
    RIP_Blink_182on March 17, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis sounds like a protest song to me.
    katiekutthroat89on February 12, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think it's protest, too: anticipatory protest from The Matches to those who will complain about the changes in the Matches' sound they'll find on the new CD, A Band In Hope. When the 4 Matches are united, they are more than the sum of their individual parts; they are then one band making the changes THEY want to make in THEIR music. I LOVE the sentiment!
    Go Matches!
    tucsonsubon February 16, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI’m definitely hearing the lyrics differently…where does the “we are four” part come in? And also I think it’s “if we’re not the change we want to see,” not “sing.” I don’t blame whoever posted the lyrics, though, cause the album’s not actually out yet. Hah. I think the message is very straightforward: “If we’re not the change we want to see, the change will be me.” Basically telling people to quit being apathetic and to BE the change they want to see in this world. “When we are loud, we are one; when we are one, we are more.” When we come together with a common passion, especially through music, we can be heard. Quite simple really, but that’s what gives this song such a punch. The Matches are wonderful. :]
    post.paint.girlon February 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm loving the new sound!!
    Been a Matches fan since the "Locals" days and it's really great to see how far they've come.
    I love the arrangements in this song particularly.
    Definitely a catchy one ;]
    matty337on February 21, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentabsolutely love them. and this song is AMAZING. i loved it right away. and their new album is going to be amazing just like the rest of their music
    AMTILTSTHEMATCHESon March 12, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentone of the best on the album. its awesome.
    biffy_hayleyon March 17, 2008   Link

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