Richard ScottiWAR NO MORE
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Monday, July 05, 2010 4:18:27 PM
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Sunday, December 18, 2016 7:37:28 PM
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PREVIOUSLY #1 in CLASSIC ROCK / Lead and backup vocals: Russ Bonagura / Charting on "Neil Young's Living With War Today" website


War No More

We can win hearts and minds
Don't ya know that it's true
Peace is the tie that binds
Everybody, me and you

War no more
War no more

Raise your voice, and make a choice
We are not alone
Don't hesitate 'cause we can't wait
For the troops to be coming home

We can do so much better
At conflict resolution
Not every problem
Needs a military solution

War no more
War no more

Raise your voice and make a choice
We are not alone
Don't hesitate 'cause we can't wait
For the troops to be coming home

We just can't measure
What is the cost
Of so much blood and treasure
That is tragically lost

War no more
War no more

© 2010 Words and music by Richard Scotti
Produced and performed by Richard Scotti

Lead and backup vocals ~ Russ Bonagura
Song Comments

WARRIORS FOR CHANGE
Richard has 20 songs in the Top 50 of the IAC Classic & Progressive Rock Chart, more than any artist or band has in any genre and his songs are played on more than 155 radio stations. He also has songs in the top 20 of 3 other genres.


POETRY AND PROSE
Richard has 20 songs in the Top 50 of the IAC Classic & Progressive Rock Chart, more than any artist or band has in any genre and his songs are played on more than 155 radio stations. He also has songs in the top 20 of 3 other genres.


Groovy Music Monsters
Wow; you just transported me back to 1969 when I was 19 and squarely facing what to do about Vietnam. Edwin Starr: "War! Huh? Yeah! What is it good for? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!" Enough said. Previously #1 in Classic Rock! Am I beginning to sound like a broken record?


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