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In Birmingham, in London - what we need now is love.
Not hate and fear, blood and tears - what we need now is love.

Walking down my street tonight, west London style...
There's something in the air tonight, I haven't felt for a while,
I see the fear, I see the fear in your eyes,
When they keep you afraid you believe all their lies.

In the county towns, in football grounds - what we need now is love.
Not suspicion, division - what we need now is love.
In Washington, New York City - what we need now is love.
Not hate and fear, blood and tears - what we need now is love.

Walking down my street today, west London style...
There's something going on today, Everyone's acting wild,
I see the fear, I see the fear in your eyes,
When they keep you afraid you believe all their lies.

In Liverpool, in Glasgow - what we need now is love.
Not suspicion, division - what we need now is love.
In Washington, New York City - what we need now is love.
Not hate and fear, blood and tears - what we need now is love.

When the sun goes down, on the mill towns - what we need now is love.
Not suspicion, division - what we need now is love.
In Washington, New York City - what we need now is love.
San Salvador, me amor - what we need now is love.



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