Some say
The walls between us stand so tall
They don't see there's just one sun
Shining on us all

I say
We each choose roads to call our own
But none of us is travelling through
This universe alone

And this circle
Just goes on and on
It began before us
It will be here when we've gone

And this circle
Just goes on and on and on
Connecting our humanity
Joining me to you and you to me

Seasons
Keep spinning on the wheel of time
We stand, we fall, we struggle up
The mountains we must climb

Different dreams
May color what we see ahead
But our lives are strong together
On a common thread

And this circle (circle)
Just goes on and on (on and on)
It began before us
It will be here when we've gone

And this circle
Just goes on and on and on
Connecting our humanity
Joining me to you and you to me

'Round and 'round and 'round and 'round we go
(Around, around we go)
Around and 'round and 'round we go
Love and learn, and change and grow
'Round and 'round and 'round we go

And this circle
Touches everyone
As it crosses every boundary
Underneath the sun

(And this circle)
And this circle
Just goes on and on
It began before us
It will be here when we're gone

Yes this circle
Just goes on and on and on
Someday we will come to see
I'm joined to you and you to me


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Circle Lyrics as written by Jud J. Friedman Cynthia Weil

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, DYAD Music Ltd., Peermusic Publishing

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