"The World's Still Open" as written by and Paul Edward Draper....
Quiet morning, nothing moves and we can hear you breathe
Early morning, the roads are clear and all you hear
And all you hear is me (na)
They don't ever go to sleep (na-na-na)
They don't have no time to keep (na-na-na)
Time to keep (na-na-na)
The world's still open while we're all asleep
And they don't really care
And maybe all the shops have closed their doors
And gone into their little homes
Kicking bottles, and moving things to make us feel confused
Leaving clues for us to find the things that they
The things that they have used (na)
They don't ever go to sleep (na-na-na)
They don't have no time to keep (na-na-na)
Time to keep (na-na-na)
The world's still open while we're all asleep
And they don't really care
And maybe all the shops have closed their doors
And gone off to their little homes
I'm sure I heard you talking
I'm sure you sent them to bug me
They will never be sent home
They don't ever go to sleep (na-na-na)
They don't have no time to keep (na-na-na)
Time to keep (na-na-na)
The world's still open while we're all asleep
And they don't really care
The world's still open while we're all asleep
And they don't really care
The world's still open while we're all asleep
And we go to our little homes
Where we can get some peace of mind


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"The World's Still Open" as written by Paul Edward Draper

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