"What I've Seen" as written by Michael Franti and Jason Patrick Bowman....
If I told you what I'd seen,
Would you believe me or leave me alone?
If I told you what I feel
Would you believe me or leave me alone?
Razor wire on the street every corner,
90 degree's at six in the morning,
Boilin' water for the tea of the nation,
Plantin' seeds for the next generation.
Run like made just to make a connection,
Pack what ya need for your own protection.
Dance to the rhythm of the wheels on the street,
Long, long strides on the hot concrete.

Hello? Hello?
Does anybody need a place to go?
Hello? Hello?

Does anybody need a place to go? To call your own?
Numbers go, and the numbers come,
Try your best make'n two out of one,
Work all day in the middays sun,
Break your back till the night time come,
Sing for your bread and sing for your water,
Sing for your sons and sing for your daughters,
Sing your pops and sing for your mommas,
Sing for your breakfast, pray for your suppa

Hello? hello?
Does anybody need a place to go? to call your own.
Hello? hello?

Does anybody need a place to go? To call your own?
To call your own, to call your own?
Yeah yeah, don't leave me here alone.
Don't leave me here alone. Yeah Yeah
Don't leave me alone. Don't leave me here alone.

Hello? Hello?
Does anybody need a place to go? To call your own?
Hello? Hello?
Does anybody need a place to go? To call your own?
To call your own?
I, I,Hello? Hello?
Does anybody need a place to go?
To call your own?
Hello? Hello?

Does anybody need a place to go?
Would you believe me?
Would you believe me?
Your not alone your not alone
Would you believe me?
No your not alone.
Would you believe me?


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"What I've Seen" as written by Michael Franti Jason Patrick Bowman

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