Where are the dreams that we once had? This is the time to bring them back. What were the promises caught On the tips of our tongues?
Do we forget or forgive? There's a whole other life waiting to be lived when One day we're brave enough To talk with conviction of the heart.
And down your streets I've walked alone, As if my feet were not my own Such is the path I chose, Doors I have opened and closed
I'm so tired of living this life, Fooling myself, believing we're right when I've never given love With any conviction of the heart.
One with the Earth, with the sky I believe we'll survive If we only try How long must we wait to change
This world bound in chains that we live in To know what it is to forgive, And to be forgiven? It's been too many years of talking now.
Isn't it time to stop somehow? Air that's too angry to breathe Water our children can't drink You've heard it hundreds of times
You say you're aware, believe and you care, but Do you care enough To talk with conviction of the heart?
Writer/s: KENNETH CLARK LOGGINS, GUY S. THOMAS
Publisher: Gnossos Music / Milk Money Music, BMG Rights Management
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Sara from Silver Spring, MdKenny's guitarist Guy Thomas who co wrote the song filed suit against Garth Brooks claiming it sounded like one of his songs... The girl in the opening of the song is Kenny Loggins' daughter Isabella and the interlude before the guitar vamp begins is by New Age composer Mark Isham. It was also used at one of John Denver's Windstar Concerts in 1995 where Bella Loggins once again did the opening lines.
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