Save The World

Album: Until Now (2011)
Charted: 10
  • Into the streets, we're coming down
    We never sleep, never get tired
    Through urban fields, and suburban life

    Turn the crowd up now, we'll never back down
    Shoot down a skyline, watch it in prime time
    Turn up the love now, listen up now, turn up the love

    Who's gonna save the world tonight?
    Who's gonna bring you back to life?
    We're gonna make it, you and I
    We're gonna save the world tonight

    We're far from home, it's for the better
    What we dream, it's all that matters
    We're on our way, united

    Turn the crowd up now, we'll never back down
    Shoot down a skyline, watch it in prime time
    Turn up the love now, listen up now, turn up the love

    Who's gonna save the world tonight?
    Who's gonna bring you back to life?
    We're gonna make it, you and I
    We're gonna save the world tonight

    Who's gonna save?
    Who's gonna bring?
    We're gonna make it, you and I
    Who's gonna save?
    Who's gonna bring?
    We're gonna save the world tonight Writer/s: Chad Michael Rachild, Christopher Thomas Cano, George Astasio, Jason Pebworth, Jason Andrew Pebworth, John Ben T. Jen, Kevin M. Roentgen
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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