There's A World

Album: Harvest (1972)
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  • There's a world you're living in
    No one else has your part
    All God's children in the wind
    Take it in and blow hard

    Look around it, have you found it
    Walking down the avenue?
    See what it brings
    Could be good things
    In the air for you

    We are leaving, we are gone
    Come with us to all alone
    Never worry, never moan
    We will leave you all alone

    In the mountains, in the cities
    You can see the dream
    Look around you, has it found you?
    Is it what it seems?

    There's a world you're living in
    No one else has your part
    All God's children in the wind
    Take it in and blow hard Writer/s: Neil Young
    Publisher: O/B/O CAPASSO, Silver Fiddle, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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  • Todd J Kreitzinger from Acworth GaI find this song very pleasing to the ear. It also captures the depth of his song writing.
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