Peace Song
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by Xack Fischer
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Genres: Acoustic, Pop, Rock
Tags: Autotune, Folk, Peace, Love, Compassion

© 2012. License: Creative Commons Attribution
I uploaded another version of this earlier... Got silly with autotune, and I like this version more.

Lyrics:
I see,
everyone waiting for something
something that's building inside me
waiting to finally shout out
everything that I've been thinking
cause the feeling's been steadily creeping
and I know that you feel it too
oh yeah, we're coming for you now
Yeah you'd better be ready
cause our numbers are building up steady
And a few of you are sure
that we're far beyond a cure,
that our days our numbered
and everything we know will come undone

but trust me
It doesn't have to be that way, lately
I'm thinking we might have a chance to
give ourselves someone to rant to,
to help understand one another
to grow accepting of each other
but I'm warning it will not be easy
It's not neon or instant or on sale or 3D or HD
maybe
And I know that it's probably crazy
We'll finally come to mature
past these outdated concepts of hatred and violence, poverty, slavery and war

We are closing
in on the time and we're posing
a question to hold in that mind thing
And I'm that you'll dwell on it wisely
When you look back
back on these days that we changed things
changed how live all our lives, you
won't be a slave, help us wake up and determine the things that they'll say
in their textbooks

when they talk about all that we've done
and the impact we made made, not believing our eyes
at the fact that we're looking at us

Please tell me
I know I must not be dreaming
The future is seemingly bright
It's gleaming with hope and if I'm not alone than I think that we just might
use our natural human compassion and love to love each other
to unite

Stream: 128 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 160.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 4.38 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 3:49
Date uploaded: Apr 20, 2012, 18:57 EDT Show more info
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