"Salute" as written by Thomas Andrew Searle Barnes, Peter Norman Cullen Kelleher, Benjamin Alexander Kohn, Maegan Severia Cottone, Perrie Louise Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh Anne Pinnock and Jade Amelia Thirlwall....
Ladies all across the world
Listen up, we're looking for recruits
If you with me, lemme see your hands
Stand up and salute
Get your killer heels, sneakers, pumps or lace up your boots
Representing all the women, salute, salute

Ladies all across the world
Listen up, we're looking for recruits
If you with me, lemme see your hands
Stand up and salute
Get your killer heels, sneakers, pumps or lace up your boots
Representing all the women, salute, salute

It's who we are
We don't need no camouflage
It's the female federal
And we're taking off
If you with me, women lemme hear you say

Ladies all across the world
Listen up, we're looking for recruits
If you with me, lemme see your hands
Stand up and salute
Get your killer heels, sneakers, pumps or lace up your boots
Representing all the women, salute, salute

Attention (salute)
Attention (salute)
Attention (huh)
Representing all the women, salute, salute

Sisters we are everywhere
Warriors, your country needs you
If you ready ladies, better keep steady
Ready, aim, shoot it
Don't need ammunition, on a mission
And we'll hit you with the truth
Divas, Queens, we don't need no man, salute

Sisters we are everywhere
Warriors, your country needs you
If you ready ladies, better keep steady
Ready, aim, shoot it
Don't need ammunition. On a mission
And we'll hit you with the truth
Representing all the women, salute, salute!

It's who we are
We don't need no camouflage
It's the female federal
And we're taking off
If you with me, women lemme hear you say

Ladies all across the world
Listen up, we're looking for recruits
If you with me, lemme see your hands
Stand up and salute
Get your killer heels, sneakers, pumps or lace up your boots
Representing all the women, salute, salute

Attention (salute)
Attention (salute)
Attention (huh)
Representing all the women, salute, salute

You think we're just pretty things
You couldn't be more wrong
(We standing strong, we carry on)
Knock us but we keep moving on (we're moving up, yeah)
Can't stop a hurricane, ladies it's time to awake (yeah)

Attention
Attention
Individuals
Originals
Huh
Lemme hear you say

Ladies all across the world
Listen up, we're looking for recruits
If you with me, lemme see your hands
Stand up and salute
Get your killer heels, sneakers, pumps or lace up your boots
Representing all the women, salute, salute

Attention (salute)
Attention (salute)
Attention (huh)
Representing all the women, salute, salute!

(Ladies, the time has come, the war has begun
Let us stand together
And remember, men fight great, but women are greater fighters)

Huh!
Representing all the women, salute, salute


Lyrics submitted by AmberBell

"Salute" as written by Thomas Andrew Searle Barnes Maegan Cottone

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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    General CommentSo 4 young women dress up slutty and they claim to "we're looking for recruits" and "Representing all the women, salute, salute"? Really really sad. No morals exist anymore. "And we'll hit you with the truth" - what truth? You didn't even write the song yourself in the first place. Plus the video wasn't your idea. The trashy outfits also not, but sex sells and you are willing to do all to get rich and famous. Another example of how the people finanzing pushing their godless evil morals and agendas through innocent looking music. Again and again. And almost nobody questions the content of the media we get exposed to daily.

    But back to the song lyrics: So these 4 popstar marionettes are singing " You think we're just pretty things. You couldn't be more wrong". But it's the truth! As I mentioned above, they didn't have anything to do with the song creating and video making process, except for lending their voices, there pretty faces and bodies. And I bet naive fans see that song as an empowering anthem for all the women in the world.

    Question everything, don't follow rich people channeling their ideas through pretty one tricky ponies. Think for yourself, do your own research or you will get lost for sure!
    cloudtravelleron August 19, 2015   Link

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