"The Magic of a Kind Word" as written by Sarah Martin, Stuart Murdoch, Richard Colburn, Michael Cooke, Christopher Geddes, Stephen Jackson and Isobel Campbell....
When I think of all the sorrow
It is hard to take a breath
People fighting one another
And I feel there's nothing left
When I feel there's nothing left

Hey! Cut me loose, now I'm feeling fine, yeah, I'm feeling fine
Shake worldly blues, now I'm feeling fine, yeah, I'm feeling fine
We're just like traffic in a big town
You'd better stop, you'd better slow down!

And the man I know is sleeping
(No, he's gone)
Until those northern spirits send
All the magic of a kind word
(Of afar)
You will always be a friend
We take comfort in them

Hey! Cut me loose, now I'm feeling fine, yeah, I'm feeling fine
Shake worldly blues, now I'm feeling fine, yeah, I'm feeling fine
And there's enough to share to go around
You'd better stop, you'd better slow down!

(La la la la, woo!)

And you never see your brother
(He'll cut work)
You'll make him smile so see him someday
(Walk and wait)
If we're happier tomorrow
(Hope we'll try)
We'll be living for today
We'll be living for today


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"The Magic of a Kind Word" as written by Isobel Campbell Christopher Geddes

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    General Commenti thought it was shake your caboose, now im feelin fine

    im so glad it isnt
    Swedishon August 03, 2007   Link

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