"Revolution/Cumbia Reggae" as written by Jose Andres Blanco, Luis Blanco Aybar, Glenda Lee and Luis Ruiz....
In the ghetto life is really tough
The politicians, all they do is talk
We are losing lives drop by drop
It is up to us to press the button to stop!

You better fight, fight, you better fight for your rights
You better be strong, strong, when the police come
You better run, run, tell all your people around
Revolution, if there is any opposition!

Discrimination on the border is tough
The police patrols cover their crimes in the dark
We are losing rights and me no want to take that
If we all get together we can make them stop!

You better fight, fight, you better fight for your rights
You better be strong, strong, when the police come
You better run, run, tell all your people around
Revolution, if there is any opposition!

Esta revolution no es de guerra, sino de esperanza,
Esta revolution va encontra de la estúpida ignorancia
Que nuestra gente, que tiene poder, lo sepan ejercer
Para que nuestras familias un futuro bueno, puedan obtener


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"Revolution/Cumbia Reggae" as written by Jose Andres Blanco Glenda Lee

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