"War" as written by Andre Gray, Lloyd Woodrow James, Rohan Stephens, Michael Sterling, Gary Samuels and Victor Paul Edmund....
sometimes i want to borrow
watching violence, after fights
can she go to war tomorrow
to guarantee his rights

War war we don't need a war
[repeat]

you must be mad
that you sent us to war
i said if you sit down
we don't need to go to war

War war we don't need a war
[repeat]

down the west in the crowd
with those of you who'll go
we're looking for a slag
something to give us a fall

whenever we get in a cage
surely it does count
he's going to start a war
no one can survive

War war we don't need a war
[repeat]


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