"Battle" as written by and Patrick Wolf Alexander Wilke....
Drive
Battle means victory

Back up, back up in New York
Back up for equal rights
Battle, battle, battle, battle

Back up all your liberties
Back up all night
Battle, battle, battle, battle

It's your time so join the tribe
It's our time for some victor
I lay here untied
Fight, ride

Lest they be certain of their heirloom ?

Then battle the conservative, battle for your
Battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle the homophobe, battle for that war
Battle, battle, battle, battle

It's your time to join the tribe
It's our time for some victor
Reigning victor, your victor

Fight, an activist
Drive, an optimism fight

Fight, battle, battle, battle, battle
Battle, battle, battle, battle
Drive, it's your time, victory

Since I was twelve and me versus the world
Got so sick of being told my identity was a minority

I would not try but you've got a battle
And it's our time
Did you know it's time to get some
Get some victory?

Yes, it's time for some victor
Yeah me, oh yeah me, yeah
Battle, battle, battle, battle

Victory, this is our battle


Lyrics submitted by ContraryMissMary, edited by AVORY

"Battle" as written by Alexander Wilke Alec Empire

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    General CommentI love this song. It's really powerful.
    It's time for victory, it really is.
    cookiejaron June 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think the song is the worst of Wolf so far (it sounds like an anime intro), but the lyrics really describe him and his goals.
    brooddooson July 01, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"Drive Battle means victory Back up, back up in New York"? Wow, these lyrics are massively incorrect. I'll look up the real ones in the booklet from The Bachelor and add them here.
    AVORYon January 05, 2014   Link

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