It's Alright

Album: Introspective (1988)
Charted: 5
  • Dictation being forced in Afghanistan
    Revolution in South Africa taking a stand
    People in Eurasia on the brink of oppression
    I hope it's going to be alright
    I hope the music plays forever

    Forests falling at a desperate pace
    The earth is dying, and desert taking its place
    People under pressure on the brink of starvation

    I hope it's gonna be alright
    (Alright Alright Alright)
    'Cause the music plays forever
    ('Cause it goes on and on and on and on and on)
    I hope it's gonna be alright
    (On and on and on and on, forever)
    And the music plays forever
    (Alright Alright)

    Generations will come and go (will come and go)
    But there's one thing for sure
    Music is our life's foundation
    And shall succeed all the nations to come

    (Alright Alright Alright)
    'Cause the music plays forever
    ('Cause it goes on and on and on and on and on)
    I hope it's gonna be alright
    (On and on and on and on and on)
    (On and on and on and on)
    And the music plays forever

    The year three thousand may still come to pass
    But the music shall last
    I can hear it on a timeless wavelength
    Never dissipating but giving us strength

    (It's alright)
    I think it's gonna be alright
    (It's gonna be alright)
    (Alright Alright Alright Alright)
    'Cause the music plays forever
    (Eeh-oh-oh-eeh)
    (Gonna be alright)
    If the music plays forever
    (It will be alright)
    If the music plays forever
    (I think it's gonna be alright)
    It's gonna be alright
    (If the music plays)
    It's all - alright
    It's alright
    (For it goes on and on and on and on)
    (On and on and on and on) Writer/s: DUANE PELT, MARSHALL J. JEFFERSON, PARIS BRIGHTLEDGE
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave
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