"Are There Giants Too, In The Dance" as written by and Meg/frampton Frampton....
You best be quick, you've got to run.
They're coming at you with their guns.
They're coming at you with their jail bars.
Whoever thought we'd fall so far?

You've got to learn to act like God.
You rule the world.
You give the word
And if someone should fall behind
Just let their suffering slip your mind.

[Chorus]
Are there giants too, in the dance?
Cause this is about life and life isn't about death.
Are there giants too, in the dance?
Cause this is about life and life isn't about death

Help me escape from lonely choirs which only hollow voices sing
I wonder who decides who wins?
In which we nod in agreement
Who let these sublime people in?

[Chorus: x2]


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"Are There Giants Too, In the Dance?" as written by Meg Frampton Dia Frampton

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