Fight for Love (single)

by Divine Weeks

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"Fight for Love" is the single on Divine Weeks' final ever album, "We're All We Have." The anthemic and open hearted opening track on Divine Weeks' swan song is a meeting at the intersection of U2's first album and The Who circa 1970. The single will be released 10/26/18 ahead of the album's November 16, 2018 release date.



Love is love is love is love is love…

You stand up there looking down below,
You say it louder, does that make it so?
You pander to a god that you don’t love
Why are you trying to blow us up?

I am a child of god just like you,
I pray to the same god you’re praying to
You demonize me like I’ve got leprosy,
But your Jesus is not ashamed to walk with me.

ch. You look down on me from above, in the face of hate,
Will you fight for us? And fight for love?

If you’ve got a heart, why don’t you show me?
I know you hate me ‘cos you don’t know me.
But you don’t know me ‘cos you hate me
Why won’t you come down and face me?

ch. You look down on me from above, in the face of hate
Will you fight for us? And fight for love?
Love...because love is love is love is love.

I’m talking to you…
Fight for Love….
Right now!


released October 26, 2018
Written by Bill See, Raj Makwana & Dave Smerdzinski
©2018 Reach You Music. All Rights Reserved

Raj Makwana: All Guitars
Bill See: Vocals, Harmonica
Dave Smerdzinski: Drums, Percussion
Steve Soto: Bass

Backing Vocals: Melody Muraca

Produced by Divine Weeks
Recorded & Mixed at Grandma’s Warehouse Studio, Echo Park, CA June 2 - October 2, 2018
Engineered by Andrew Bush
Mastered at The SoundLab


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Divine Weeks Los Angeles, California

Named one of the 15 best unsigned bands by the L.A. Times, Divine Weeks were signed to Dream Syndicate's Steve Wynn's Down There label releasing debut "Through & Through" in '87. In '91 they released "Never Get Used To It." After a lengthy hiatus, singer Bill See's memoir "33 Days" was the catalyst to reforming & releasing "See Those Landing Lights" & the politically charged "We're All We Have" ... more

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