The 1988 single appeared on the singer-songwriter’s self-titled debut album.
In the tune, Chapman sings “Don’t you know/They’re talkin’ ’bout a revolution/It sounds like a whisper.”
“Poor people gonna rise up/And get their share,” Chapman sings. “Poor people gonna rise up/And take what’s theirs.”
At the tip of her late-night look, Chapman modified the lyrics to sing “Talkin’ bout a revolution/Go Vote” earlier than stepping away from the microphone to disclose a small signal which learn, “Vote.”
Though Chapman has largely shunned the highlight, she has publicly advocated for voting prior to now.
She carried out as a part of the Vote For Change tour introduced by MoveOn.org in 2004 to encourage folks to register and vote in some swing states.