"Revolution" as written by and Justine Berry Jonathan Jason Green....
To define revolution just look at the word
Dance around the globe yo haven't you heard
About changes the walls tumble down
And the people rearrange it
They're not satisfied with the state they're in
So they take their world and they give it a spin
They take what's up and they turn it down
A revolution spinning round
Out with the old and in with the new
Sort of like Scrappy on Scooby-Doo
We try to teach old dogs brand new tricks
And if you're an old dog you best not resist the call
To live a Godly life, yo
Grab a sword because it's like a war
On moral pollution
Bang bang! It's a revolution

Calling for a revolution
Of the body mind and soul
Calling for a revolution
To end the sin and let love flow

Back some years in history
We fought and won the victory
Freedom for the red white and blue
We stood for the church and the Godly truths
But these days its all turned around
A revolutions coming down
'Cause the Lord ain't Lord of the land of the free
It's time to bring the Lord back from history
And right now it comes to you
And you know what you gotta do
A call to arms
Against the ruler of this dark world
He'll try to school ya
Time to drop the bomb on the ugly thing
You got almighty power in Jesus name
To end the war on moral pollution
Bang bang! It's a revolution

Calling for a revolution
Of the body mind and soul
Calling for a revolution
To end the sin and let love flow
And I know that you know that it's true

Calling for a revolution
Of the body mind and soul
Calling for a revolution
To end the sin and let love flow


Lyrics submitted by ThreeMilesDown

"Revolution" as written by Justine Berry Jonathan Jason Green

Lyrics © Roba Music, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group, TUNECORE INC

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