"Every Flower" as written by Peter Yarrow, Robert Michael Milstein and Noel Paul Stookey....
Every flower's reachin' for the sun
Every petal opens when the day has just begun
Even in the city where they grow up through the street
Every blossom needs the sunshine to makes it's life complete.
Some are torn out by the roots and cast aside
And some might be arranged for a bride
A flower's just a seed when it's young
And every flowers's reaching for the sun.
Some are bent by fears they cannot see
And some are touched by love and set free
A flower's just a seed when it's young
And every flowers's reaching, every flowers's reaching
Every flowers's reaching for the sun.


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