"Who Has the Right?" as written by Sammy Hagar, Jesse Harms and Craig Chaquico....
Here's a message from the heart, are you listening?
Some things belong to you and no one else
Oh, one more life is taken, and that's one more than God allows
And there's another on the row shouting out, who has the rights?

And there's a war out in the streets that no one is winning
Tell me, when did a human life become so cheap

And how can we take away what we did not create
Beyond the power of the conscience
Beyond the power of the state
Tell me, who, who has the right?
Well, no one has the right

Everyone's a victim and everyone's to blame
Oh, and we are all so different, yet the same
Oh, and everyone's the master of their own destiny
As long as one of us is chained, none of us are free

Oh, how can we take away what we did not create?
Beyond the power of the conscience
Beyond the power of the state
Tell me, who, who has the right?
Well, no one has the right, the right

Oh, how can we take away what we did not create?
Beyond the power of the conscience
Beyond the power of the state
Tell me, who, who has the right?
Well, no one has the right

Are we making a mistake here?
Well, there's no room for that

Who has the rights?
No one has the right
Who has the rights?
They don't have the right

Who has the rights?
No one has the right
Who has the right?
We'll have the right

Who has the rights, oh no, the rights
Who has the rights
We'll have the rights
Who has the rights
No one has the right
Who has the rights, oh no
We'll have the rights


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"Who Has the Right?" as written by Craig Chaquico Sammy Hagar

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