"A Truly Good Song" as written by and Timothy Moore....
Can we sing a truly good song
We should sing now you and I
For the children who live without music
In the land where songs have all died
They need food for empty bodies
We need love to fill our souls
They are small and dark and distant
We are big enough to know

Oh is it all that real
We see with our own eyes but it's so hard to feel

If for us the sun is shining
They have one long evening star
See the pictures in our papers
And we watch the pictures starve

Oh is it all that real
We see with our own eyes but it's so hard to feel

So can we sing a truly good song
We should sing now you and I
For the children who live without music
In the land where songs have all died

La la la

Oh is it all that real
We breathe enough to live but it's so hard to feel

La la la


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"A Truly Good Song" as written by Timothy Moore

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