Hello World

Album: Need You Now (2010)
Charted: 58
  • Traffic crawls
    Cell phone calls
    Talk radio screams at me
    Through my tinted window I see
    A little girl, rust red minivan
    She's got chocolate on her face
    She's got little hands, and she waves at me
    Ya, she smiles at me

    Well hello world
    How you been
    It's good to see you, my old friend
    Sometimes I feel, as cold as steel
    Broken like I'm never gonna heal
    I see a light, a little hope
    In a little girl

    Well hello world
    Every day I drive by
    A little white church
    It's got these little white crosses
    Like angels in the yard
    Maybe I should stop on in
    Say a prayer
    Maybe talk to God, like
    He is there
    Oh I know he's there
    Ya, I know he's there

    Well hello world
    How you been
    It's good to see you, my old friend
    Sometimes I feel, as cold as steel
    And broken like I'm never gonna heal
    I see a light
    Little grace, little faith for the world
    Well ello world

    Sometimes I forget what living's for
    And I hear my life through my front door
    And I'll breathe it in
    Oh I'm home again

    I see my wife, little boy, my little girl
    Hello world
    Hello world

    All the empty disappears
    I remember why I'm here
    Just surrender and believe
    I fall down on my knees
    Oh hello world
    Hello world
    Hello world Writer/s: David Cory Lee, Tom Douglas, Tony Mac Lane
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Frederick from Lynnwood, WaWhen I 1st bought the CD thur the LADYA Fan club site and the stations had Not heard of "Hello World" I listen to it and it hit me very personally because i saw myself in that way I know their are times in our day to day life we don't take time and enjoy life little moments like little kids do each and everyday.
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