• I resisted the charms of evil's arms
    As she stood by my bedside speaking in tongues
    And the lovers who cried won't be denied
    As they fight for their right to grow, to grow

    Please don't turn us down
    Don't turn us down
    Turn, turn

    Turn up the love
    Turn up and watch it sing
    As we grow
    The future we don't know, know
    Unless we do it together, together

    I requested to know what I did wrong
    Cause I sure didn't mean to string you along
    But the blood in my body and my heart beat it said
    'It's to feel a crime, a crime!'

    Please don't turn us down
    Won't be turned down
    Turn, turn

    Turn up the love
    Turn up and watch it sing
    As we grow
    The future we don't know, know
    Unless we're together, together

    Turn up the love
    Turn up and watch it sing
    As we grow
    The future we don't know, know
    Unless we're together, together

    Turn up for this love
    Got nothing to hide if you get this feeling
    Turn up for this love
    Take a piece of the sky if you understand
    Turn up for this love
    Everybody can see that you're getting that feeling
    Turn up for this love
    Turn turn turn turn!

    Turn up the love
    Turn up and watch it sing
    As we grow
    The future we don't know, know
    Unless we're together, together

    Turn up the love
    Turn up and watch it sing
    As we grow
    The future we don't know, know
    Unless we're together, together Writer/s: Lianne Charlotte Barnes, Mark Batson
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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