Speech:
This goes out to all the children
All over the world
This is for the children
Children of the world

Come a little closer now
So you can see the children's eyes
There's no use in trying
When you're dealing with the dying
Let me just talk to you
Hope that you believe it, too
There's so many ways of help
Laughter you can bring

Come closer now
See the children's eyes
You just have to give them a helping hand

With a little bit of love
And a little bit of time
You can help the children of the world

Just a little bit of love
And a little bit of hope
There're a lot of things to do
To help the children of the world

Rap:
R'n'G is about to take control
The only thing you got to do is set yourself free
We got to help each other that's how it has to be
2-4 Fam. needs to bring a helping hand

Come a little closer now
See it in their eyes
We got to keep on trying
To stop the children crying

Come closer now
See the children's eyes
You just have to give them a helping hand

With a little bit of love
And a little bit of time
You can help the children of the world

Just a little bit of love And a little bit of hope
There are a lot of things to do
To help the children of the world

We just have to understand
They all need a helping hand
With a little bit of love
A little bit of love
Lot of things to do
Hope you know it, too
We just want to give them a little hope

With a little bit of love
And a little bit of time
You can help the children of the world

Just a little bit of love
And a little bit of hope
There a lot of things to do
To help the children of the world

Just a little bit of love
And a little bit of hope
There a lot of things to do
To help the children of the world


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    its very cool and beautiful.i love this song

    Popolaon May 21, 2002   Link
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    twat

    GodHatesACowardon June 15, 2002   Link
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    Aaron Carter can die in fire! :)

    •·¨Pøisøn·Päle¨·•on June 15, 2002   Link
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    this song reminds me of micheal jackson, with all the save the children and love one another crap

    sadloseron May 11, 2003   Link

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