Revolution Radio

Album: Revolution Radio (2016)
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  • Scream with your hands up in the sky
    Like you want to testify
    For the life that's been deleted
    Sing like a rebel's lullaby
    Under the stars and stripes
    For the lost souls that were cheated

    We will be seen but not be heard

    We are revolution radio
    Operation no control and the headline
    My love's bulletproof
    Give me cherry bombs and gasoline
    Debutantes in surgery and the headline
    Legalize the truth

    Give me rage like there's tear gas in the crowd
    Do you wanna live out loud?
    But the air is barely breathing
    Rise of the slums to the obsolete
    The dawn of the new airwaves
    For the antisocial media

    We are revolution radio
    Operation no control and the headline
    My love's bulletproof
    Give me cherry bombs and gasoline
    Debutantes in surgery and the headline
    Legalize the truth

    We will be seen but not be heard
    We are the songs of the disturbed

    We are revolution radio
    Operation no control and the headline
    My love's bulletproof
    Give me cherry bombs and gasoline
    Debutantes in surgery and the headline
    Legalize the truth Writer/s: BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG, FRANK EDWIN WRIGHT III, MIKE RYAN PRITCHARD
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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