"Like Little Children" as written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin....
I don't remember just exactly how it started
All I know is we're both alone and broken-hearted
It doesn't make a bit of sense to me
Why should two people in love have to be
Like little children
Who don't know wrong from right
Like little children
Who just can't help but fight
Why should two grown people
Have to act like little children

There's no storm that you and I can't weather
If we just take the time to talk it out together
But when talkin' stops, tempers rise
And we both do things that aren't wise
Like little children

Now I'm not sayin' you've got to do everything I say
But you've got to realize that life is a two way highway

Let's forget about the past and look to the new horizon
Being happy together is the goal we'll keep our eyes on
Love for each other we never lacked
And oh, I know that we don't have to act like litle children


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"Like Little Children" as written by Carole King Gerry Goffin

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