A Little Love

Album: Yet to be titled (2020)
  • Put it in your pocket
    Watch it move a mountain

    Of all the things to be
    I'd choose a kindness
    And if you gave some to me
    I think we'd find ourselves, here
    Dancing in the street
    Everyone we meet
    Would smile a little daydream
    It could be amazing
    Wouldn't it be wonderful if everybody gave a little love

    Happiness
    Nothing better in this world to get than happiness
    If I give this gift to you
    Wouldn't everybody get a little love

    One could turn to two
    It's so surprising what the little things can do
    And all at once you'd see a million faces bloom
    December turns to June and smiles a little daydream
    It could be amazing
    Wouldn't it be magical if everybody gave a little love

    Happiness
    Nothing better in this world to get than happiness
    If I give this gift to you
    Wouldn't everybody get a little love, love, love Writer/s: Celeste Epiphany Waite, Jamie Alexander Hartman
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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