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Speak for Yourself Lyrics

Artist: Gary Moore
Album: After the War

(Gary Moore/Neil Carter)
Look around across the nation.
Another league of morons marching,
banners in hand.
Looking for another scapegoat,
try to take away the things they don't understand.

Somewhere in the darkness,
there's a voice that's crying to be heard.
You feel it deep inside you,
a voice that just won't be denied.

Speak for yourself.
Someone will hear you,
someone will listen.
Speak for yourself.
Who knows, you might change your world.

They try to take away your freedom.
They try to tell you what you can
or what you can't hear.
Don't let this moral suffocation
make you turn out just like them,
is that what they fear?

Somewhere in the darkest night,
a voice that's crying to be heard.
You hear it deep inside you now,
a voice that just won't be denied.

Speak for yourself.
Someone will hear you,
hear what you're saying.
Speak for yourself.
Who knows, you might change your world.

They never listen to a word you say.
They always turn their backs and walk away.
Well, take a look at yourself now, baby.
Take a look at yourself.
Take a look at the things you should have done.
It's up to you.

Speak for yourself.
Someone will hear you,
someone will listen.
Speak for yourself,
someone will hear you,
out in the darkness.

Speak for yourself.
Someone will hear you,
someone will listen.
Speak for yourself.
Who knows, you might change your world.
You might change your world.
Speak for yourself.

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