Stand Up

Album: Who You Are (2011)
  • If you surround yourself with negative people,
    You'll never feel settled in or become an equal, no.
    They'll suppress you of your spirit and,
    Rinse you dry of smiles,
    So reach deep and and release your inner child, yeah yeah.

    So stand up for the love, love love.
    So stand up, stand up, for the love, love, love.
    So stand up, for the love, love, love.
    So stand up, stand up for the love, love.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.
    So stand up

    If you let a frown become your normality, yes,
    You don't set an example for the youth of our humanity.
    If you spend your everyday,
    Wishing for the next to come,
    Aged and lifeless is what, yes, you'll become, yeah yeah

    So stand up for the love, love love.
    So stand up, stand up, for the love, love, love.
    So stand up, for the love, love, love.
    So stand up, stand up for the love, love.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon,
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.
    So stand up

    I live my life like everyday is the last.
    So we know how the bad and the good can soon come,
    Don't think second best, be number one.
    Spread some love, don't give to receive,
    Strive to be happy and live to believe.
    So we know how the bad and the good can soon come,
    Don't think second best, be number one.
    Spread some love, don't give to receive,
    Strive to be happy and, yeah, live to believe.

    So stand up for the love, love love.
    So stand up, stand up, for the love, love, love.
    So stand up, for the love, love, love.
    So stand up, stand up for the love, love.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon,
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.

    'Cause you're as old as you feel you are,
    And if you don't reach for the moon,
    You can't follow the stars.
    So I live my life like everyday is the last, last, last.

    So stand up for love, yeah.
    So stand up for love, yeah.
    So stand up.Writer/s: KARL CLIVE JR. GORDON, JOHN BENSON, JESSICA CORNISH, GEOFF MORROW, CHRIS ARNOLD, DAVID MARTIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, CARLIN AMERICA INC
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