"Love Begins at Home" as written by Oleta Adams, Jud J. Friedman and Allan Rich....
In every man and woman
There is a little boy and a girl
Who've learned them from all the things
They've heard while growing up in this world

Some are raised on love and praise
The others guild and fear
The seeds of love breed confidence
The other only tears

Hear me calling you
Hear me calling you
Hear me calling out to you, yeah

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown
Remember we will reap what we have sown
Love begins at home

In every new born baby
There's a special little spark
But if it isn't nurtured
They're left crying in the dark

So they grow to be afraid
And feel they can't go on
Pass along those fears
To generations yet unborn

Hear me calling you
Can't you hear me calling you?
Hear me calling out to you, yeah

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown
Remember we will reap what we have sown
Love begins at home

When love begins it never has to end
It guides us when we're lost
And brings us home again
Home again

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown
Remember we will reap what we have sown
Love begins at home

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown
Remember we will reap what we have sown

We will reap what we have sown
We will reap what we have sown
Love begins at home

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown
Love begins at home

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Remember we will reap what we have sown

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Remember we will reap what we have sown

Mother, father, sister, brother
Careful how you treat each other
Children just repeat what they've been shown



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"Love Begins at Home" as written by Jud J. Friedman Allan Rich

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