"Just Like That" as written by and Nathan Haines....
History lesson number one
There's not a thing that can't be done
Somewhere in this world of doubt
Someone's gonna work it out
There you go just like that

We learned to crawl we learned to walk
We learned to fly at Kitty Hawk
Next thing you know one afternoon
We're driving golf balls on the moon
There you go just like that
We've learned how to take our dreams
And turn 'em into fine machines
But there's one thing we haven't done
We haven't learned to live as one

We stand behind our borderlines
And talk about it all the time
History lesson number two
Not what you say but what you do
There you go just like that

We try to find the peace through war
Although it's never worked before
If we want peace we've got to start
To heal the hurt in every heart
There you go just like that

There you go just like that


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