"The Revolution" as written by and Darren Jamie Ellis....
Who will feed the hungry if we don't?
There's people losing their lives 'cause we won't
If we believe but we still do not follow
Then maybe we don't believe

If we could only love this world like we've been loved
Then all the world would know what love is really made of
We live in plenty, there is more than enough
For what the world needs but not for our greed

Another world is possible, yeah
Another world is possible, yeah
The revolution's far from over
It's not over, it's not over

Once upon a time a small seed
Died in the soil and became a small tree
Now it's a forest still growing silently
A waterless earth turns green

Another world is possible, yeah
Another world is possible, yeah
The revolution's far from over
It's not over, it's not over, yeah, yeah, yeah

We are the ones we've been waiting for
We are the ones we've been waiting for
We are the ones we've been waiting for
We are the ones, we are the ones

Full stomachs and both parents
And a church that acts like it really believes
That the good news is good news
For everybody everywhere

Oh, another world, yeah

Another world is possible, yeah
Another world is possible, yeah
The revolution's far from over
It's not over, it's not over

The revolution, yeah, yeah, yeah
The revolution, yeah, yeah, yeah
The revolution, yeah, yeah, yeah
It's not over, it's not over, oh, oh, oh, oh



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"The Revolution" as written by Darren Jamie Ellis

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