I'm going to sing my song
And sing it all day long
A song that never ends
How can I tell you, all the things inside my head.

The change in these past years
Has made me see our world
In many different ways
How can I tell you, love can change our destiny.

Love can change the world
Love can change your life
Do what makes you happy
Do what you know is right
And love with all your might
Before it's too late

Where did I find all these words
Something inside of me is burning
There's life in other worlds
Maybe they'll come to earth
Helping man to find a way

One day I hope we'll be in perfect harmony
A planet with one mind
Then I could tell you
All the things inside my head

I'm going to sing my song
And sing it all day long
A song that never ends
How can I tell you, all the things inside my head.

I'm going to sing my song
A song that never ends



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"My Song" as written by Damon Thomas, Taryll Jackson, Antonio Dixon, Harvey Mason, Luke Boyd, Keanthony Dillard, Steve / Russell

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Comment:I would have to disagree with your dad's advice! The answer lies in music itself, not in just three bands (Supertramp...? Why?). So many bands have fantastic lyrics (like Bob Dylan, the Byrds, Love, etc.....), so my advice is to open yourself up and listen to everything. I'm 20, so I know it's kind of overwhelming when you have the internet and all this music around you for listening.

    Moody Blues just friggin kicks so much ass; I love this song and the band. Great lyrics and instrumentals, as usual, and Hayward's voice always shines for me. I love their instrumentals so much!
    webmasterdeeon May 01, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:I'm amazed no one has ever posted on this song. The feeling you get out of this as well as certain other Moody Blues songs is why so many people back in the late 60's & early 70's thought they had the answers. Mike Pinder's songs are so sentimental & self realizing it seems he actually did have the answers.
    tripperfreekon October 14, 2004   Link
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    General Comment:i always go to the Moodies for answers. my dad has told me: "if you have questions about love, listen to The Moody Blues. if you have questions on life, listen to Pink Floyd. and if you can't find your answer in them, listen to Supertramp." i'm only 19, i've had questions, and i found my answers in these bands.
    mickadeeon November 19, 2004   Link

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