Gonna lose my worries now.
Lots of free time,time on my hands.
To walk around in the sun.
Sitting on the grass,watching life go past.
Just like when I was a child.
What were my dreams when I was young?
Have they changed much.
Oh yeah,my heart feels so free.
I live life to be free.
Oh yeah,my heart feels so free.
I gotta tell the world my feeling.
See your smiling faces.
Touch my heart in places.
Without your smile I'd be lost.
And as I sit,shadows grow long.
I wish the day would last.
Oh yeah,myheart feels so free.
I live life to be free.
Oh yeah,my heart feels so free.
I gotta tell the world my feeling.
When the world makes you feel down.
Don't give up, don't give in.
Clear blue skis gonna come around again.
You can feel,you can feel alright.
Such a sunny day.
Gonna lose my worries now.
Lots of free time,time on my hands.
To walk around in the sun.
Oh yeah,my heart feels so free.
I live life to be free.
Oh yeah, my heart feels so free.
i gotta tell the world my feeling.


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