Year: 1978 - Album: Babylon by Bus
War Am7 C/G G7 Am/G Am7 Am G7 Am Until the philosophy which holds one race G7 Am G7 Am G7 superior, and another inferior, Am G7 Am G7 Am G7 Am is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned, G7 Am G7 Am everywhere is war. Is uh war. G7 Am G7 Am That until there are no longer first class G7 Am G7 and second class citizens of any nation, Am G7 Am G7 until the color of a man's skin is of no more significance Am than the color of his eyes, Is uh war. Am G7 Am G7 That until the basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all Am without regard to race, there is a war. G7 Am G7 Am G7 That until that day the dreams of lasting peace, Am G7 Am G7 Am G7 world citizenship, and the rule of international morality Am G7 will remain in but a fleeting illusion, Am G7 Am o be pursued, but never attained. G7 Am G7 Am No, everywhere is war. War. G7 Am G7 Am And until the ignoble and unhappy regime that now holds G7 Am G7 Am G7 our brothers in Angola, in Mozambique Am G7 Am G7 South Africa. Sub-human bondage Am G7 Am have been toppled, utterly destroyed. G7 Am G7 Am Well, everywhere is war. Is uh war. G7 Am G7 Am G7 War in the east. War in the west. Am G7 Am G7 War up north. War down south. Am G7 Am G7 War, war. Rumors of a war. G7 Am G7 Am G7 Am G7 And until that day the African continent will not know peace. G7 Am G7 We Africans will fight. G7 Am G7 We find it necessary, Am G7 and we know we shall win. Am G7 Am G7 Am As we are confident in the victory of good over evil. G7 Am G7 Am Good over evil. Good over evil.