"The Way of the World" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton and Michael Anthony Sadler....
You don't know who to be nice to
You gotta watch what you say and do
You keep your hands in your pockets
(Close the door! Did you lock it?)
Hey all you sharks out there
You better be careful where you step
Don't say you've come to the right place
'Cause I've been here before
[Chorus]
And if it gets too hot, don't drop it
That's just the way of the world
And if you get pushed off, jump on it
And get to know the way of the world
Welcome to the way of the world
You see it everywhere these days
Some kind of modern ice age
And if they think that you've got it (hold on tight)
(Is that my money in your wallet?)
And I don't know what you think
It's not like it's a new thing
But everytime it starts happening
I know I've been here before
[Repeat Chorus]
This is just the way of the world
Oh...
Do we follow in the footsteps
Should we follow in the footsteps
Do we follow in the footsteps
Oh...
[Repeat Chorus]
Getting to know the way of the world
Whatever the way the wind blows I'm on it
I'm getting to know the way of the world


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"The Way of the World" as written by James Dickson Crichton Ian Stevenson Crichton

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