UP THE REVOLUTION

Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1986)
 
Lead vocals:
Elton John
 
Album:
The Bunburys:
Bunbury Tales
(1992)
If I tell you the truth can be painful. 
And the mainstream of life can be cruel 
if you believe in your chances today. 
To be a fool, don’t you be a fool, oh no. 
It’s a do or die. 
Get around if you want to be free. 
Sing the words to the song. 

We go up the revolution. 
Go down to what you mean to me. 
When achieving the impossible is a possibility. 
It’s the time for any losing or win. 
It’s how you play the game. 
Don’t you start the revolution without me in another name. 

You stand by your Bunbury notions. 
And that is how you get to be strong. 
Now you come here from over the sea 
where you don’t belong. 
No, you don’t belong, oh no. 
Friends of mine, oh no. 
It’s a do or die. 
Get around if you want to be free. 
Sing the words to the song. 

We go up the revolution. 
Go down to what you mean to me. 
When achieving the impossible is a possibility. 
It’s the time for any losing or win. 
And you can overthrow. 
We go up the revolution. 
As we can strike another blow, another blow. 

Oh no, friends of mine, oh no. 
It’s a do or die. 
Get around if you want to be free. 
Sing the words to the song. 

We go up the revolution. 
Go down to find a brighter day. 
If you dream the unapproachable dream,
you find a better way. 
It’s just another. 
We go up the revolution. 
As we can strike another blow, 
strike another blow.

Up The Revolution

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