"Judgement Day" as written by and Lolly Vegas....
Heaven.., some say it's just a word
Some believe you live your life to find your, place there
Young girl...barely turned thirteen
Hustlin' on the streets, she never learned a prayer

Never learned to trust no one
'Til she met the man
He filled her up with false hope
Put a needle in her hand

She'll be one of many
Forgotten souls somewhere
Dead by seventeen
And who will care

(Where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...
(Where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...

Hatred...is a learned disease
Some people raise up children to feel that way
Young boy...barely turned nineteen
Shipped off overseas, with a gun and green beret

Atrocities he's known
A big hero back home
The hypocrisy that we condone

Oh (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...
Aw (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...
Aw (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...

Heaven...some say it's just a word
Hatred...is a learned disease

Oh (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...
Oh (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...

Now (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...
Oh (where we gonna be on Judgement Day)
Where we gonna be on Judgement Day...

Where will we...be...on Judgement Day...
(Where will we be on Judgement Day...)
She never learned a prayer
Never learned t' trust no one

Some say Heaven...some say hatred...some don't know...
(Where will we be on Judgement Day)
(Where will we be on Judgement Day)
(Where will we be on Judgement Day)


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"Judgement Day" as written by Lolly Vegas

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