Judgement Day

  • I don't need your religion
    It ain't nothin' to me
    I don't want nobody pushin'
    Need to be free

    You've got to hit hard
    I've seen those demons fall
    I'm savin' my soul for the final goal

    But that day is comin', yeah
    The judgement is here
    Look over your shoulder
    The judgement is here

    I don't need nobody knockin'
    Knockin' on my door
    I don't need nobody sellin'
    Sellin' me no more

    You're always on the take
    All your silly faith
    I'm savin' my soul, savin' my soul

    I can feel it in the breeze
    It's blowin' through the trees
    You can see it in the sky
    It makes you wonder why

    I can feel it in the breeze
    It's blowin' through the trees
    Through the trees

    I don't need your religion
    It ain't nothin' to me
    I don't want nobody pushin'
    Need to be free

    I've seen your
    I've seen those dreams fall
    I'm savin' my soul for rock and roll

    But that day is comin', yeah
    The judgement is here
    Look over your shoulder
    The judgement is here

    The judgement is here
    The judgement is here
    The judgement is here
    Judgement, judgement, judgement

    Judgement day, yeah Writer/s: PETERY ROONEY BYFORD, STEPHEN DAWSON, PETER FRANCIS GILL, GRAHAM OLIVER, PAUL QUINN
    Publisher: CARLIN AMERICA INC
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