"Hold On" as written by Richard Shepherd and Jean Shepherd....
I've got a feeling
That the ways of the world will change
Someday all people must
Sit down and rearrange

We've got to try
And keep up the democracy
Giving every man
His equality
Loving your brothers
And your sisters evenly
Giving no other man
More than his right to be

Hold on, hold on:
That's what the prophets say
Hold on, hold on:
That's what the teachers say
Hold on, hold on:
That's what the politicians say
Hold on, hold on:
But what do the people say

Let's be prepared
If you don't want to compromise
Together we fight for freedom
Fight all the lies
No more killing
No more struggle, no more strife
Our message is simple
Love sustains all life
Hold on, hold on

We've got to try
And keep up the democracy
Giving every man
His equality
Loving your brothers
And your sisters evenly
Giving no other man
More than his right to be

Hold on, hold on:
That's what the prophets say
Hold on, hold on:
That's what the politicians say
Hold on, hold on:
That's what the teachers say
Hold on, hold on:
But what do the people say

Hold on, hold on:
No more trouble, no more strife
Hold on, hold on:
Our message is simple
Hold on, hold on:
Love sustains all life
Hold on, hold on:
We fight for freedom
We fight the lies
Hold on, hold on


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    General CommentI'm guessing Bob Sinclar got inspired by this song for "World hold on".

    Self explanatory.
    young_jableson January 20, 2009   Link

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