"The Upper Room" as written by Oladipo O. Omishore, Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, Pete Brown and Jack Bruce....
This is important y’all so please turn it up real loud
I’ve got a question that I need you to answer now
If you walked in my shoes, would you survive?
If you said yeah, then I’m gonna call you a liar
You see, I don’t believe your words
Most people are pussies
Scared to be what God had made them to be

There’s someone high up in the sky, lookin’ out for all of us
Yeahh Hmmm
In The Upper Room
I don’t believe in miracles, no
I do believe in fate
I do believe in destiny

This is important y’all so please turn it up if you can
I have matured so much, the boy has became a man
Finally I can say, I’m feelin’ proper
No need to worry, I’m a happy new me
Cause I know

There’s someone high up in the sky, lookin’ out for all of us
Yeahh Hmmm
In The Upper Room
I don’t believe in miracles, no
I do believe in fate
I do believe in destiny

Most people are pussies


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"Upper Room" as written by Peter Ronald Brown Jack Bruce

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