"Love March" as written by and Gene/wilson Dinwiddie....
Oh, yeah, there's a love march going on here
Bring your horn, brother
Get on in line
Hey, you, step in line
Oh, me, sir
Oh, all right

Marching along
Thinking as time goes by
Sing a glad song
Sing all the time
While I make all the people
Feels so good
Treat all my brothers like I should
See all the houses all in place
Living's no longer an empty space

Marching along
Love as much as I can
Try and be strong
[List string the shoes I had]???
Good for the time that's not too far
Good while no jealousy and war
Aim my sad eyes into the sun
Think of all people just as one
March

People say because my daddy did these things
Oh, yes, they say
They say that I must wear a tie and be the same
I got to treat my brother wrong
And kill him, what a shame
Oh, yeah, what a shame, yeah, yeah
But I know, yes, I know
What is it you know, right?
What you know?
There's got to be a change

March all along
Love as much as I can
Try and be strong
[List string the shoes I had]?
Good for the time that's not too far
Good while no jealousy and war
Aim my sad eyes into the sun
Think of all people just as one
Hep, two, three, four
Hep, two, three, four

Hep, two, three, four
Love march
Gonna be a change


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

"Love March" as written by Philip Wilson Gene Dinwiddie

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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