"Power's In The People" as written by and Marc William/turner Broussard....
Hey, brother, hey there, brother, what's on your mind?
Guessin' no one's asked you in a quite a long time
Hey, my sister, what's goin' down?
How you livin' while the world is spinnin' 'round?

Doctor's hands are tied, teacher's underpaid
We put all our worth in the money that is made
Times are changin', they're movin' so fast
Got to stick together or we ain't gonna last

We gotta fight to survive as a people
We gotta fight, fight, fight for our lives
If there's ever a time in your life
You better fight, fight, fight to survive

Well, it's dog eat dog, family livin' on the street
Daddy's beggin' for money, all he wants is a drink
Television ain't the only place to get the news
Talk to a neighbor, pay back a favour
There's someone countin' on you

Children left alone, told to mind their own
Momma's workin' late and she ain't comin' home
All our young folk growin' up so fast
Gotta stick together or we ain't gonna last

We gotta fight to survive as a people
We gotta fight, fight, fight for our lives
If there's ever a time in your life
You better fight, fight, fight to survive

What about the future, find a new solution
Open our mind, still got time, start a revolution
Every woman, child and man lend a helpin' hand
All for one and one for all, the power's in the people

We gotta fight to survive as a people
We gotta fight, fight, fight for our lives
If there's ever a time in your life
You better fight, fight, fight to survive

Fight to survive as a people
We gotta fight, fight, fight for our lives
If there's ever a time in your life
You better fight, fight, fight to survive




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"Power's in the People" as written by Chad David Gilmore Calvin Turner

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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