Talkin Bout' A Revolution

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Talkin Bout' A Revolution

  1. 1. Talkin’ Bout a RevolutioN By Tracy Chapman
  2. 2. Don't you know you're  talking about a revolution it sounds like a whisper
  3. 3. Don't you know you're  talking about a revolution it sounds like a whisper
  4. 4. While they're standing in the welfare lines Crying at the doorsteps of those armies of salvation
  5. 5. Wasting time in  unemployment lines Sitting around waiting for a promotion
  6. 6. Don't you know you're  talking about a revolution It sounds like a whisper
  7. 7. Poor people are gonna rise up  and get their share
  8. 8. Poor people are gonna rise up  And take what's theirs
  9. 9. Don’t you know you better run (x13)
  10. 10. Oh I said you better run (x13)
  11. 11. Cause finally the tables Are starting to turn Talking about a revolution
  12. 12. Finally the tables are starting to turn Talking about a revolution oh no
  13. 13. Talking about a revolution Oh, while they’re standing In the welfare lines
  14. 14. Crying at the Doorsteps of those armies of salvation
  15. 15. Wasting time in unemployment lines Sitting around waiting for a promotion
  16. 16. Don’t you know They’re talking about A revolution It sounds like A whisper
  17. 17. And finally the tables are starting to turn Talking about a revolution Finally the tables are starting to turn
  18. 18. Talking about a revolution Oh no (x3)
  19. 19. Queries REVOLUTION In recent months and weeks, issues such as: lack of free speech & free press, social inequality and lack of economic opportunities have all been helping to fuel revolutions around the world. Many of us have been watching both a remarkable and largely peaceful revolution taking place in Egypt. After listening to the song and watching the slides…Mr. Chagan’s Advisory would like for you to consider the following: 1) What are the issues in our surrounding communities (and perhaps our own community) that you think are in need of change? 2) Are there people currently in this Meeting Room that are helping to create change? How are you making a difference? 3) How can you, me, us….start our own revolution?

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