"Nobody's Right" as written by and Dan Hill....
The boy left for New York, he left the woods
And trees behind and no one knows just what's on his mind
He says he's lost, he'll pay any cost
Just to find out where he belongs

But the girl left for the country, she left those
Blaring lights behind and no one knows just what's on her mind
She says she's lost, she'll pay any cost
Just to find out where she belongs

Nobody's right, nobody's wrong
Everybody's searching
We're all searching for where we belong

The boy lives in a high rise now, he's neighbors with the sky
The mirror in the hallway keeps on asking, why?
The silence knows the change will help him grow
Help to find where he belongs

The girls lives in a cabin now, she gazes at the sky
The shooting stars keep falling, they keep on asking, why?
The silence knows the change will help her grow
Help her to find where she belongs

Nobody's right, nobody's wrong
Everybody's searching
We're all searching for where we belong

Some claim that we're weak, some say we're strong
Something says we're all searching
We're all searching for where we belong

We're all searching for where we belong
Searching for where we belong



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"Nobody's Right" as written by Dan Hill

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