Bomb the World

Album: Everyone Deserves Music (2003)
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  • Please, tell me the reason
    Behind the colors that you fly
    Love just one nation
    And the whole world, we divide

    You won't say, you're sorry
    There is no other choice
    God bless the people now
    Who cannot raise their voice

    We can chase down all our enemies
    Bring them to their knees
    We can bomb the world to pieces
    But we can't bomb it into peace

    Whoa, we may even find a solution
    To hunger and disease
    We can bomb the world to pieces
    But we can't bomb it into peace

    Violence brings one thing
    More more of the same
    Military madness
    The smell of flesh and burning pain

    So I sing out to the masses
    Stand up if you're still sane
    To all of us gone crazy
    I sing this one refrain

    We can chase down all our enemies
    Bring them to their knees
    We can bomb the world to pieces
    But we can't bomb it into peace

    Whoa, we may even find a solution
    To hunger and disease
    We can bomb the world to pieces
    But we can't bomb it into peace

    And I sing power to the peaceful
    Love to the peaceful why?all
    Power to the peaceful
    Love to the peaceful why?all

    We may even find a solution
    To hunger and disease
    We can bomb the world to pieces
    But we can't bomb it into peace

    Say we can chase down all our enemies
    We can even bring them to their knees
    We can bomb the world into pieces
    But we can't bomb it into peace

    And I sing power to the peaceful
    Love to the peaceful why?all
    I sing power to the peaceful
    Love to the peaceful why?all
    I sing
    Writer/s: CARL ROGERS YOUNG, DAVID SHUL, MICHAEL FRANTI
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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