To bring in a change.
No one knows precisely
What the change's for
But all they seem to need's
A set up that's different.
They fight, they burn
They destroy property
The dictator now deposed.
Promising seems the change
Enter now the disagreements
Who gets the power?
What party'll reign?
When differences arise
It's easy to get into
A vicious fighting mode
Hard it's to compromise.
All the welcome movements
Seem to end this way
Let good sense prevail
And bring in a lasting peace.
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