"Where Is The Love" as written by Charles E. Salter and David Guetta....
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)

Where is the love
You said you'd give to me
Soon as you were free
Will it ever be
Where is the love

You told me that you didn't love him
And you were gonna say goodbye
But if you really didn't mean it
Why did you have to lie

Where is the love
You said was mine, all mine
Till the end of time
Was it just a lie
Where is the love

If you have had a sudden change of heart
I wish that you would tell me so
Don't leave me hangin' on to promises
You've got to let me know

Doo doo doo doo
Doo doo doo doo
Doo doo doo doo doo doo
Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo

Oh, how I wish I never met you
I guess it must have been my fate
To fall in love with someone else's love
All I can do is wait
That's all I can do, yeah, yeah, yeah

Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)

Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)
Where is the love (where is the love)

Where is the love (where is the love)


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"Where is the Love" as written by William Salter Ralph Mac Donald

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    My OpinionLyrics pretty much speak for themselves - basically just another broken hearted love song.

    However, the song's "just another" aspect begins and ends with its lyrics. Everything else about this song is nothing short of stellar. Beautiful singing, awesome harmonies, well-crafted arranging and rock-solid production. This classic tear-jerker of a song owes its longevity to all these fine qualities.

    I especially appreciate the superbly emotional, yet never over-the-top, singing from both Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway. Decade after decade, pop singers try to outdo themselves with overblown, manufactured emotion (& ridiculously pained facial expressions and excessive hand movements).

    Yet there have been a few amongst the crowd who communicate ten times the emotion with one-tenth the effort. These few are pop's finest gemstones. This song features two such gems.

    We lost Donny way too soon :(
    tsreybon April 12, 2010   Link

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