Revolution

Album: A Million Lights (2018)
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  • You push me and I push back
    'Cause it's a Mobius strip an endless track
    We going oh, whoa
    This carousel keeps on spinning
    As the warning bells go on ringing
    Singing oh, whoa

    Revolution
    Revolution
    I build a bridge to the other side
    Across the great divide

    Do we care and do we hear
    All the voices raised and [?] fear
    They're singing oh, whoa
    All these lights at the raiding
    With chores in mind, suffocating
    Saying oh, whoa

    Revolution
    Revolution
    I build a bridge to the other side
    Across the great divide
    (Whoa)
    (Whoa)

    Bound to make it happen
    We can make it happen
    Bound to make it happen
    We take some time to breathe in
    Bring another kingdom
    We know we need a revolution
    A revolution

    Revolution
    Revolution
    I build a bridge to the other side
    Across the great divide

    (Whoa)
    (We can make it happen)
    (Whoa)
    (Across the great divide)
    (Whoa)
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