To the brothers and the sisters,
to all of the resistors,
to the workers broke and cryin',
on the road that leads to Zion:
The mountain, the mountain,
we will all climb,
all of God's children,
in God's own time.

Unity the verb,
You the truth have heard,
Rise up to the call,
United we can never fall.
Let one voice ring throughout the world,
let truth be sown,
let us lay our own lives down,
a greater love was never known.

While the light is growing dim,
make war to keep your faith in him,
knowing what has made us free,
unity, not uniformity.
One world, one voice,
in trenches we stand tall,
one truth that has found us,
one shepherd for us all.

Lyrics submitted by ThreeMilesDown

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    this is the first song i had ever heard of theirs and then now a year later i have all their cds. anyways i feel that this song is about how it is so easy to give in to temptation but you can because your day is coming soon.

    fivirnfrenzon April 22, 2004   Link
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    I feel the main point of this song is "unity, not uniformity" and "United we can never fall". We don't all have to believe the same thing in order to get along and stand as one. I believe this song is similar to their song "Amalgamate".

    endianxon December 21, 2007   Link
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