"There Will Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated at the ...)" as written by and Eugene/acklin Record....
There will never be any peace
Until God is seated
At the conference table

There will never be any peace
Until God is seated
At the conference table
(He's at the conference table)

Men are running from land to land
Trying to make things all right
Holding meeting after meeting
Constantly reaching for what
They may be thinking is right

Everybody has a plan
Ain't that just a man
People, can't you understand
We gotta tell 'em

[Chorus]
There will never be any peace
Until God is seated
At the conference table
(He's at the conference table)
There will never be any peace
Until God is seated
At the conference table
(He's at the conference table)

But when only the dark
Has come to night
Tell me who's to blame
And what's his name

You can point your finger
But you gotta remember
What was done
Was done by a man
So we gotta tell 'em

[Repeat CHORUS]

Ooh, ooh

[Chorus]

There will never be any peace
Until God is seated
At the conference table
(He's at the conference table)
Down on your knees

There will never be any peace
Until God is seated
At the conference table
(He's at the conference table)

There will never be any peace
(No, no peace) until God
Until He's seated
At the conference table
(He's at the conference table)

There will never be any peace
Until God (He's at the conference table)
Everybody, there will never be any peace
Until God (He's at the conference table)

There will never be any peace
(Hand in hand, all over the land)
He's at the conference table


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"There Will Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated at the ...)" as written by Eugene Record Barbara Acklin

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