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The Law says:

We wrote this when we realized Mohammed, model for all Muslims, was a dictator. Tyrants can seize power over any peoples but is this why Islam tends to dictatorship? Where is the love?


This song is track 6 on the album Imagine Jihad (part 1).

Song lyrics

Part I: Terror

Throughout the ages,
Dictators have come and gone
Ruling their nations in terror
With the butt of a gun
And often the people don’t know it
‘Cause their minds are controlled
Kids taught to hate told they’re being sent to heaven
But they’re stealing their souls
The democracies appease them
A treaty, peace in our time
The army swears allegiance
The people just fall in line.
And horrors are committed
In the name of the law
And evil follows evil
Escalating maybe to war.
And the people are mostly ignorant
Of the reasons for it all.

Part II: Where is the love

Carried on a wave of fascist fervour
Hard-liners baying for blood.
The flames of destruction leap higher
Fueled by hate
But where is the love?
Where is the love?

Part III: A world full of joy

There’s such great force
You can find
There’s such great power
In the human mind
But what is it about
The human condition
Its' genius for good
Yet its' genius for evil
We must have expectations
That the blind will one day see
A world full of happiness
Benevolence, humanity
Brothers who’ve laid down arms
True dreams of crystal clear streams
Running through peaceful green valleys
Of freedom, of liberty
Hope springs eternal
In the human breast
Of a world full of joy
Heaven blessed
Where is the love?
Where is the love?
Where is the love?

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