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Rebels with a Cause (James Leland Ludeau III-Lafayette, LA & Louis Toliver Jr-Austin, TX)

We are rebels with a cause
my pause
until we win the right
end this fight
to hold who we want to hold
we're bold
hear us around the world
boy on boy
girl on girl
it's our right to love
we'll shove
you out the way
to say
our part
a new start
beyond politics
our heart ticks
one beat
on repeat
we will ride into the sunset
to get
what we know is ours rightfully........

We are rebels with a cause 
applause 
we're sick of political tricks
for a few doggie treats 
FIX our own country 
please
we, rebels, are ready 
Freddy 
to shout for more 
not be this country's whore 
let's start 
play our part 
reshape this land 
hold each other's hand 
man and man 
woman and woman 
our heart ticks 
one beat
on repeat 
let's ride into the sunset
our day is here......rejoice

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