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Album: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Soundtrack (2013)
Charted: 12 69
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  • Some saw the sun
    Some saw the smoke
    Some heard the gun
    Some bent the bow

    Sometimes the wire
    Must tense for the note
    Caught in the fire, say oh
    We're about to explode

    Carry your world
    I'll carry your world
    Carry your world
    I'll carry your world

    Some far away
    Some search for gold
    Some dragon to slay
    Heaven we hope
    Is just up the road
    Show me the way, Lord
    'Cause I am about to explode

    Carry your world
    I'll carry your world
    Carry your world
    I'll carry your world
    Carry your world (Carry your world)
    And all your hurt

    Carry your world
    Carry your world Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY JOHN MARTIN, GUY RUPERT BERRYMAN, JONATHAN MARK BUCKLAND, WILLIAM CHAMPION
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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