"REVOFEV" as written by Patrick Reynolds, Ioannis Giokarinis, Aspasia Violetta Manetta and Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi....
Yeah
Welcome
Welcome you
Hey
I am your big brother,
What do I have to say to the kids?
Let go, life does get tough
No need to stress,
Hold you back too much,
Let's go I heard they found a solution
Where will you be for the revolution?

Wake up, things might get rough
No need to stress, keeps you down too much
Wake up, I heard they found a solution
Where will you be for the revolution?

I'm so high up, so high up and I like it, hey
I'm so higher, so higher and I like it, hey
I am happy today,
This not like other days,
Some how I feel okay,
Some how I feel okay,
Whoa,
Yeah whoa whoa,
Yeah whoa whoa,
Yeah whoa whoa

Let go, life does get tough
No need to stress,
Hold you back too much,
Lets go I heard they found a solution
Where will you be for the revolution?
Where will you be for the revolution?
Where will you be for the revolution?


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"Revofev" as written by Ioannis Giokarinis Patrick Reynolds

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    General Comment"No need to stress.... I heard they found a solution. Where will you be for the revolution?"

    The solution to stress and a revolution. About legalizing weed...?
    IplayBeeron November 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentCould this be about the New World Order?
    Gabesnakeon July 09, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentReally? I thought the exact same thing.
    greenupgrooveon July 25, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. Its like tellin' you why get all stressed and stuff when everything is about to change any ways.
    greenupgrooveon July 25, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIn "I do my thing" he says "Have you ever lead and alliance // A bunch of stoner kids living life through defiance" So NO this is not about the "new world order".
    Ivancruz95on September 19, 2010   Link
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    General Commentim so high up so high up n i like it. loved the way he sang dis song on VEVO Go shows(impromptu)kid cudi aka the rager
    jesusstolemygfon October 19, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningThe entire CD is set up as a narrative. Mr. Rager is, for lack of a better term, a split personality of Cudi. REVOFEV is essentially Mr. Rager introducing himself as a carefree partier, "Life does get tough. No need to stress. Holds you back too much". This segways into later acts following Cudi's descent into cocaine addiction among other things
    xLeeon November 26, 2010   Link
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    General CommentIf Kid Cudi didn't want people to think this song was about the New World Order...I feel like he would have been more selective about both naming his song "the Revolution of Evolution" and referencing "big brother" in it...it seems really strangely coincidental...

    But at the same time, you can totally interpret this in a way that has nothing to do with the NWO.

    I believe Cudi is talking to everyone about not stressing/worrying because it holds you back and while your trapped in your own self pity and anxiety...there are amazing things going on around you in the world. So when there's a revolution....

    You know what...the New World Order makes wayyyy more sense...which I really hate.

    "I heard they found a solution.
    Where will you be for the revolution?"

    -- Solution to all the world's problems, the revolution, and a NWO --

    "I am your big brother"

    "I'm so high up.
    So high up.
    And I like it."

    -- Could be referring to his status in the NWO, not to him being baked, he's high up in the hierarchy, and he likes the luxuries that come with that --

    I really don't want to believe this song has to do with the NWO. I love Kid Cudi...and I want to believe this song really is just a portrayal of positive energy, a way to lift everyone's spirits.

    I really don't know.
    its3okon December 22, 2010   Link
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    General CommentYou know, whenever i connected this song to the album, i believe it fits well in the Mr. Rager story, that he tries to forget great focuses in life. But when the song is separated from the album, it's more of a revolution song, Saying to let yourself go free and not be held down by thoughts of contempt.
    Staticfunkon August 01, 2011   Link

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