Album: Away From The World (2012)
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  • With fire to keep us warm
    And tools we made from rocks and bones
    A roof over your head
    And walls to keep you safe in bed

    There must be more than this
    So god was born and we in his
    Image of fear and love
    Looked down upon from up above

    We gotta do much more than believe if we really wanna change things
    We gotta do much more than believe if we wanna see the world change

    We crossed the oceans wide
    Built cities to the sky (oh lord)
    Looked up and we were flying
    But will we not survive ourselves

    We gotta do much more than believe if wanna see the world change
    We gotta do much more than believe if we really wanna change things
    We gotta do much more than believe, go on try it, go on try it
    We gotta do much more than believe if we wanna see the world change

    What will I say to baby?
    Let me show you a movie
    You know we landed a man on the moon?
    Now you could never believe it
    Yea we could do anything
    We flew to the stars and back
    Down to the ground hard

    Please wake up
    Please wake up
    Please wake up

    We gotta do much more than believe if we really wanna change things
    We gotta do much more than believe, go on try it, go on try it
    We gotta do much more than believe if we really wanna change things
    We gotta do much more than believe, go on try it, go on try it
    We gotta do much more than believe if we wanna see the world change

    Oh, my little baby
    I'll show you this movie
    You know we landed a man on the moon?

    I know its hard to imagine
    But we could do anything
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