"One In a Million" as written by Timothy Mosley and Missy Elliott....
Have you ever seen a boy with funny clothes?
A girl with braces on her teeth or freckles on her nose?
Some kids call them odd balls, some kids call them weird
Is it my imagination or does aunt ruth have a beard?
God makes lots of people in all colors, shapes and sizes
He loves them very much and what we need to realize is:
That calling people names because they're different is wrong
Instead we need to look on them in love and sing this song

I can be your friend
I can be your friend
Any day in any weather
We can be friends and play together

Ya were all pretty different some are skinny some are stout
But the inside is the part were supposed to care about
Aye! that's why we have feelings that are very much the same
So instead of saying wierdo I think friends a better name

I can be your friend (la la la)
I can be your friend (la la la)
If your hair is red or yellow
We can have lunch I'll share my jello

I can be your friend (la la la)
I can be your friend (la la la)
It's okay if we are different,
We can still play and I can be your friend!


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"One in a Million" as written by Timothy Mosley, Missy Elliott

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