We the people, we the people must , we the people
We the people must jump, jump, we the people must jump, jump

It's all insane for this for shame
To walk inside this life, that's why

We the people must jump, jump, we the people must jump, jump
We the people must come take a stand
I don't believe in your lies, you can't ask me to change what I am
Stand up and learn to divide, this is our turn to come take a stand
I don't believe in your lies, you can't ask me to change what I am
To stand up and learn to divide [Incomprehensible]

This time, this day, this part, this play
Too close, too tight, that's life that's why

We the people must come take a stand
I don't believe in your lies, you can't ask me to change what I am
Stand up and learn to divide, this is our turn to come take a stand
I don't believe in your lies, you can't ask me to change what I am
To stand up and learn to divide [Incomprehensible]
Divide, divide, divide, divide

Divide, divide, divide
That's why

We the people must jump, jump, we the people must jump, jump
We the people must come take a stand
I don't believe in your lies, you can't ask me to change what I am
Stand up and learn to divide, this is our turn to come take a stand
I don't believe in your lies, you can't ask me to change what I am
To stand up and learn to divide
We the people must jump, jump, we the people must jump, jump


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We the People Lyrics as written by Hector Grazani Carlos Aguilar

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    40 below summer rulez :D

    rooton May 24, 2002   Link
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    this song is about being yourself and taking a stand for yourself.

    40BS is amazing!

    uskeeper14on April 22, 2008   Link

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