"Cha Cha Cha" as written by Lee Ladouceur, Gregory Bryce Meyer, Ian M. Moreno, Brian William Reyes and Edward Nolan Reyes....
The crisp sheet bedding pulled down to the floor,
my raised, tired brows have witnessed its lore
and I won't have much to say, if I don't return.
Easy risers don't give into pleas,
they don't take mess from the sleepy streets
and the abacus says, 'keep on counting…'

The law of the waking people greets with such heavy cymbals
and the morn’ catches fire
you’re the king who’s crowned as they lay down!

A big day is brewing; shall we covet it more?
We owe our advances to the dormant corps
and the silence they display in their four-walled bunker.
My gait now quickens with the greatest of ease,
a shower of truth wrinkles head to feet,
and the answer of the day is ‘you’ve made it!’

The law of the waking people greets with such heavy cymbals
and the morn’ catches fire
you’re the king who’s crowned as they lay down!

The law of the waking people greets with such heavy cymbals!



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    General CommentThis is possible the best song in the whole world. Whenever I hear it I smile. It has the most wonderful rolling sound, perfect for dancing or driving or just listening. I think this song puts a positive sping on mornings and just getting your day started off right!

    It was the first Little Ones song I ever heard, played on XM radio Channel 43. It toutched me there and then and I'll never ever stop loving this song.

    Go The Little Ones! You are my favorite band in the world And I wish you ever bit of happiness I can offer!
    Captain Clark Gableon July 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgood
    tefon May 29, 2008   Link
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    General Commentfor me thist about going to war obviously since he says he might not make it back in the first stanza.

    then its talks about sleeping and how its hard to wake up people, and how they use an alarm clock, which i agree with BLOWS.

    We owe our advances to the dormant corps
    and the silence they display in their four-walled bunker

    this line kinda confuses me wheni think of that line i see
    a soldier=(corps/corpse)
    and four walled bunker reminds me of a coffin.


    idk maybe its about a bed and a person lying quietly waiting to fall asleep.
    :D
    well that interpretation.
    nyukkaboomon March 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAlways assumed it was symbols, not cymbals.
    tim1170855on June 08, 2016   Link

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