Come and listen shallow ears of
every boy and every girl
this is a story of a girl who a made a boy
her entire world
you love you lose the love you lost and gave up
everything to have
now he's her everything but he left her and now
she has nothing left

the glisten of the sun slightly
peeking through leaves
warmed a summer of fun, and a park bench
that seemed to creek as the
lonesome lovers sat upon the
weakened wood that carried their
hearts further on into a state
somewhere deep into their minds

unaware of everything
they lost in the fire of their love
sickening smoke clouding
their lungs until they happen to
choke and died inside and
ruminated on the things that they
had done trembled and shaked then
fell to the ground paralyzed from
the long run

we can change
the world
(16x)
we can change the world
we can change the
world
every boy and girl in the
entire world say
we can change
the world

are you listening
do you need a narrator for your
epic story is it boring are you
hoping for a plot twist dearly
bring your glasses cus this
timeless tale is not for sale you
help yourself you remind yourself
this book wont have an ending

oh awesome jesus can you
help her now
she is hurting she
is yearning for a love
fill her heart somehow

we can carry on
past the moon into the sun
and takes its place and shine
our light upon the world and
every boy and every girl will
find the light inside themselves
and turn it on to
change the world

we can change
the world
(16x)
we can change the world
we can change the
world
every boy and girl in the
entire world say
we can change
the world

(we can carry on
past the moon into the sun
and takes its place and shine
our light upon the world and
every boy and every girl will
find the light inside themselves
and turn it on to
change the world)

we can change the world


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