They say the beat of a butterflies wings Can set off a storm the world away What if they're right and the smallest of things Can power the strongest hurricane? What if it all begins inside? We hold the key that turns the tide
Just a pebble in the water (ohh) Can set the sea in motion (ohh) A simple act of kindness (ohh) Can stir the widest ocean If we show a little love (oh, little love) Heaven knows what we could change, oh yeah So throw a pebble in the water (oh yeah) Make a wave, make a wave Make a wave, make a wave
The single choice to take a stand And reach out your hand to someone in need (help somebody) Don't fool yourself and say you can't You never know what can grow (let it grow) From just one seed (yeah)
So come with me and seize the day This world may never be the same
Just a pebble in the water (Just a pebble in the water) Can set the sea in motion (Set the sea in motion) A simple act of kindness (ohh) Can stir the widest ocean (Stir the widest ocean) If we show a little love (If we show a little love) Heaven knows that we could change (Heaven knows that we can change) So throw a pebble in the water (Throw a pebble in the water) Make a wave, make a wave
(Make a wave) Make a wave, make a wave (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) (Make a wave, make a wave) Make a wave, make a wave (make) (Show a little love and make a wave, seize the day) Make a wave, make a wave (Heaven knows what we could change)
So let's show a little love You never know what we could change So throw a pebble in the water Make a wave, make a wave Oh, oh, oh, oh
Writer/s: Scott Krippayne, Jeffrey Donald Peabody
Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Jill from Nevada City, CaI want to bring more awareness about the oceans to our church congregation, where I am the music director. I'd like our music team to play and sing "Make A Wave" for our entire church group. Could someone please tell us where to get the sheet music? I have looked and looked. Thanks very much, Jill
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