"We Can Make It" as written by David Arthur Sikes, Robert Cedro and Tom Scholz....
I would do anything, anything a man can do
You're my strength and weakness
I give it all for you

I would climb any mountain
How can I make you see?
Though the stars may fall, it will always be you and me

The light in your eyes is all the hope I need
There's so much you can give
Your smile is my reason to live

Just take my hand, we'll make a stand
I know that we can make it
(Hey) It's you and me. The world will see
I know that we can make it, you and me

I see you, full of sadness
Wondering 'bout this world we've made
There's a space between us all
Love has seen some better days

Oh we can make it
Oh we can make it

The love in your eyes is all I need to know
I'm never letting go
I'm here for you heart and soul

Just take my hand, we'll make a stand
I know that we can make it
(Hey) It's you and me, the world will see
I know that we can make it
I know that we can make it (Hey, yeah)

Just take my hand, we'll make a stand
I know that we can make it
(Hey) It's you and me. The world will see
I know that we can make it
I know that we can make it
You and me


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"We Can Make It" as written by Robert Cedro David Arthur Sikes

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    General CommentIt says specifically in the CD insert, "From a father to his son. Think positively and we can make it."

    I love the guitar solo (around 3:10) and the powerful end of the song! This song's a great ending to a wonderful album.
    Hasufelon September 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe that hardly anyone has commented on this song. It has a smoldering intro with very sensual guitar riffs. I found it really romantic, although it could apply to a close friendship, too. This is my favorite Boston song.
    goddesscarolineon July 31, 2009   Link

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