One man, one mission
One plot to save the world
Reclaim all races and embrace our destiny

Changing history when the colliding comes
Where will you run?
Come with us if you want to live

Join us in the army that's arising
The truth invades your mind
Every day the Kingdom is advancing
The earth invasion has just begun

Earth invasion, just begun
Earth invasion, just begun

Without a sound, without fear
It attacks the heart and soul
To rule all life and display His government

Changing history when the colliding comes
Where will you run?
Come with us if you want to live

Join us in the army that's arising
The truth invades your mind
Every day the Kingdom is advancing
The earth invasion has just begun

Join us in the army that's arising
The truth invades your mind
Every day the Kingdom is advancing
The earth invasion has just begun

The earth's frustration
To be whole again
We'll see a nation living without sin

The earth invasion
One man, one mission
One plot to save the world

Join us in the army that's arising
The truth invades your mind
Every day the Kingdom is advancing
The earth invasion has just begun

Join us in the army that's arising
The truth invades your mind
Every day the Kingdom is advancing
The earth invasion has just begun

Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
The earth invasion has just begun

Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
The earth invasion has just begun

Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
Oh oh, oh yeah yeah
Oh oh



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Earth Invasion Lyrics as written by Korene M Cooper John Landrum Cooper

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  • +2
    General Comment

    No offense to any Christanins but ...

    I love the song but being an atheist and all it kinda says to me ... "Be a Christian or were gunna kill you"

    It's sort of a threat.

    Which made me laugh so hard when I first really listened to the Lyrics

    [My opinion]

    petrelliaon August 03, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song is awesome! It's pretty much saying get ready cuz CHRISTIAN'S ARE TAKING OVER!!

    DumBruNeTte469on August 15, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I don't think it is threatening at all. The thing I have observed, as I too was ignorant to the word.. is that people don't actually READ the scripture.. and just fall in line condemning it. I say this to all whom deny it to at least read and comprehend what you are denying. Anyway.. good song!

    GrimWolfon July 20, 2010   Link
  • 0
    Song Meaning

    This song isn't threatening at all, unless you find love threatening. This song tells about joining us and living eternally or dying eternally. We're trying to save you from death. You'll be killed unless you join us.

    Jesus loves you.

    IAMhippo12on September 12, 2017   Link
  • -1
    General Comment

    I am guessing this song is about prepare for the "Apocalypse" aka Earth Invasion by the Angels

    Saying; Turn Christian with us and you will be saved and live eternal life unlike the sinners.

    Exitiumxon January 05, 2008   Link
  • -1
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    I agree, DumBruNeTte469. That Christians are taking over. Great song!

    TwilightChickon April 04, 2009   Link

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