"Worlds Apart (Chapter 16)" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler and James Gerad Gilmour....
[Chorus:]
Why do we do what we do now and what should we do?
Why do we do what we do now and what will we do?
Would you like a new start that would be world's apart?

Now you're sellin' everything you can
And you don't wanna but you know you have to
Well, if you're tired of fighting in the sand
Well I've got something I've been dyin' to show you
I've kept my secret well concealed
Don't forget about how well I know you
Now all can safely be revealed
You won't believe what I'm about to show you
And while you were out there on your own
I went away and tried to make it for you

I understand you had a plan
But now your back's against the wall
And once last chance slipped through your hands
And now you're heading for a fall
I found the perfect home away from home
And found a way to change the climate for you

I've kept my secret well concealed
Don't forget about how well I know you
Now all can safely be revealed
You won't believe what I'm about to show you
And while you were out there on your own
I went away and tried to make it for you

[Chorus:]

Why do we do what we do now and what can we do?
That is part of the search between heaven and earth
Why do we do what we do now and what should we do?
We have come to the end, let's start over again
Why do we do what we do now and what will we do?
Would you like a new start?...
World's apart


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"Worlds Apart (Chapter 16)" as written by James Dickson Crichton Ian Stevenson Crichton

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