"Just Around The Hill" as written by Ralf Kappmeier, Sascha Lappessen and Thomas Alisson....
What if the world was out of trouble?
What if the world was out of pain?
Would it be a world that's worth living in?
Without anything, that's worth a sin.

What if the world was out of hope,
To find a place, where you belong,
You said to yourself, you'll never make it that far,
That the mountain's too high, the answer is just around the hill.

Chorus:
Just around the hill,
Just around the hill,
Take a look on the other side,
Suddenly you'll see, there are many ways, to go to strain,
Just walk around, walk around the hill.

What if the world was out of love?
And all that we do, don't mean a thing,
Just take the chance, no offering, no suffering, for anything.

You're asking yourself, do you really want it that way?
That the mountain's too high.
The answer is just around the hill.

Chorus (2 times)

Hmm¡­walk around that hill



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"Just Around the Hill" as written by Ralf Kappmeier Thomas Alisson

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    General CommentI always thought that this song was like "Brave New World" where if you had the chance, would you want a world without any pain or suffering? Even though a world without suffering lacks any real meaning or individuality. What if the world was without love? No love, but also no suffering from Love. Would people want a world like that?
    Occams_Harmonyon May 17, 2006   Link

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