I've been looking at the world from the ground too long, I need a new perspective
Maybe from the branches of the tallest tree, or from underwater
From a hole in the ground where the prarie dog lives, or where the vultures survey them
I've been looking at things the same way so long, I need a new perspective

And when I was a child, I could crawl under couches
Spy on people from behind a tree or dig in dirt in the bushes

I've been looking at the world from the ground too long, I need a new perspective
I could stand to see it upside-down with the blood pumping in my temples
Or from a planet far far away in a galaxy I never dreamed of
I've been looking at things the same way so long, I could use a new perspective

The Whole World Is Our Playground
It's big and round, goes round and round


I've been looking at the world from the ground too long, I need a new perspective
Some people live in mansions on estates and some live in card board boxes
Some live on the road all the time and some never leave there apartments
Snoopy lives up on the roof of his house and when it rains he's got an umbrella

Now I'm thinking pretty clear, I've been up in the mountains
Seeing things in a different way emptying time from its filled up spaces

The Whole World Is Our Playground
It's big and round, goes round and round


Lyrics submitted by Ken Braley

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