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[Verse 1]
There was a boy he lived in a big white house
And he was quite happy there
He knew the dog and the cats and his brother
And the maid that was there all day
Does anyone know

[Chorus]
Does anyone know
That there's cause for it, ways forward
Don't give up, 'cos this is worth fighting for
So come on, rise up, tell everyone
From the top of the hill to the ghetto

[Verse 2]
There was a girl she showed him how to kiss
And she was quite good at kissing
She lived on her own in a rundown one bed flat
Her dad left to fight, not for her
Does anyone know

[Chorus]
Does anyone know
That there's cause for it, ways forward
Don't give up, 'cos this is worth fighting for
So come on, rise up, tell everyone
From the top of the hill to the ghetto

[Bridge]
Where have all the teachers gone
The ones that taught us right from wrong
Come on, come on, come on
Tell me what is going on
Come on, come on, come on, come on
Does anyone know

[Chorus]
Does anyone know
That there's cause for it, ways forward
Don't give up, 'cos this is worth fighting for
So come on, rise up, tell everyone
From the top of the hill to the ghetto

[Outro]
There's cause for it, there's ways forward
Don't give up, 'cos this is worth fighting for
So come on, rise up, tell everyone
From the top of the hill, ohhh
From the top of the hill to the ghetto
hmmmm



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