"Go" as written by Amy Elizabeth Ray and Emily Ann Saliers....
Through the dustbowl, through the debt
Grandma was a suffragette
Blacklisted for her publication
Blacklisted for my generation

Go go go

Raise your hands
Raise your hands high
Don't take a seat, don't stand aside, this time
Don't assume anything

Just go go go

Feed the fire, fan the flame
I know you kids can stand the rain
I know the kids are still upsetters
'Cause rock is cool but the struggle is better

Go go go

Raise your hands
Raise your hands high
Don't take a seat, don't stand aside this time
Don't assume anything
I said this time
I don't assume anything
Just go

Did they tell you it was set in stone
That you'd end up alone
Use your years to psyche you out
You're too old to care, you're too young to count

Did they tell you, you would come undone
When you try to touch the sun
Undermine the underground
You're too old to care, you're too young to count
I said go go go

I said it's time
Don't assume anything
Just go go go!
Go go go!
Go go go!


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"Go" as written by Emily Ann Saliers Amy Elizabeth Ray

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    General CommentTHis song is about activism and getting invovled. It pays tribute to women of the past who fought the system "grandma was a suffragette". It also calls people to fight for what they believe in. Don't let anyone tell you "You're too old to care and too young to count!"
    amymonkeyon June 25, 2008   Link

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