"World Anthem" as written by and Molly-ann Leikin Lee Holdridge....
I have seen a summer day
That slowly opens like a rose,
Along a quiet road that wanders by
And I have smiled
And wondered where it goes.
The gentle winds, the rains that fall,
The tallest tress,
I'm part of it all.
I have stumbled through the night
Alone as anyone can be,
Then found a silent valley full of stars
And in my heart I heard them telling me
I was home.
I've seen the rugged mountain tops
And golden pastures on my way,
Now everywhere I go across the lands,
I stand so proudly in the sun and say,
I am home
The gentle winds, the rains that fall,
The tallest tress, I'm part of it all.
I've dreamed of Eden all my life,
I find it more and more each day,
Now everywhere I go across the world,
I stand so proudly in the sun and say,
I am home


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"World Anthem" as written by Molly-ann Leikin Lee Holdridge

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    General CommentHave listened carefully to the lyrics of "World Anthem" and they do not agree with what is sung. Also there is a spelling error [tress for trees] and a word substitution for winds, it should be breeze to rhyme with trees. I have already submitted my version of the song but I know it will take a while to get accepted.
    RobHulberton September 26, 2014   Link

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