"Some Children" as written by Nicholas Alexander Millhiser and Alex David Frankel....
You're the focus
? the moment
Act like you own it, that's for sure

And you complainer
Big entertainer
Don't need to listen anymore

And I should move along
Back up and move along
Just write a note and

Just grab my keys and coat
I know just what you'll see
It's just another miscommunication

You don't hear when
I'm talking
You don't hear when
I'm singing

Under the big light
You're the purpose
Woo the show from time to time

See the child
Stop and smile
People gathering around

And I should walk away
Back up and walk away
But then I stop and stay

It's like a car crash
When the radio's still on
Long after moving

You don't hear when
I'm talking
You don't hear when
I'm singing

You don't hear when
I'm talking
You don't hear when
I'm singing

You don't hear when
I'm talking
You don't hear when
I'm singing

[Repeat: x5]
Just when people thought
You couldn't get enough
You got some more
That's what makes you different
From them, from them all
And that's for sure


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"Some Children" as written by Nicholas Alexander Millhiser Alex David Frankel

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