Arlon Bennett

Arlon Bennett

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Folk - Alternative | Northvale, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,823   
Member Since: 2005
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Lyrics

A woman stepped on the bus
like any one of us
After a hard workin' day
She walked halfway back
To a seat marked for blacks
and took her place

She was someone who
Really understood
How a law could be a crime
When she wouldn't give her seat
to a white man on his feet
yea? it was time to


Be the change you want to see around you
Be the right in a world of wrong
Be the one, the one to make a difference
Be the change?.
Be the change

Many years before
Another place another war
In a struggle to be free
A wise barefoot man
had his own plan
To fight the enemy

He said it makes no sense
To use violence
As a means to an end
We must rise above
What they would do to us
Or we become like them



It?s the pull of a lever
It?s the sound of your voice
It?s now or never
It?s a choice

To?







Song Length
3:34
Genre
Folk - Contemporary


Lyric Credits Arlon Bennett
Music Credits Arlon Bennett