"Flowers In The Sand" is the English version of "Jardin Oublié". Written by Daniel Barbe, Dominique Beauchamps and Dwight Druick....
There's a child that's waiting somewhere out there
Such a long forgotten time
With a heart that's praying, have a care
And a world that's passing by.

There's a river rushing to the sea
A tiny ocean in your hand
And the child that's waiting to be free
Is like a flower in the sand.
To be so young and feel so small
And wonder if you count at all
To lie awake and ask the sky
How many flowers have to die?

There's a heart that's beating everywhere
In a child that sings a song
Of a place where promises are bright
And a world where they belong.
So very young, so very small
To wonder if there's love at all
To hold a hand against the sky
And see tomorrow pass you by.

There's a child that's waiting, waiting out there
All the lost and lonely time
With a heart that's saying "Show me where
There's a place for you and I".
And the children waiting everywhere
Are just like flowers in the sand
Hold them closer now and show you care
For little flowers in the sand
Tiny flowers in your hand
Precious flowers in the sand.


Lyrics submitted by Oliviaka

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