Pipes Of Peace

Album: Pipes Of Peace (1983)
Charted: 1
  • I light a candle to our love
    In love our problems disappear
    But all in all we soon discover
    That one and one is all we long to hear

    All round the world
    Little children being born to the world
    Got to give them all we can till the war is won
    Then will the work be done

    Help them to learn (help them to learn)
    Songs of joy instead of burn, baby, burn, (burn, baby burn)
    Let us show them how to play the pipes of peace
    Play the pipes of peace

    Help me to learn

    Songs of joy
    Instead of burn, baby, burn
    Won't you show me how to play (how to play)
    The pipes of peace (pipes of peace)
    Play the pipes of peace

    What do you say (what do you say)
    Will the human race be run in a day (in a day)
    Or will someone save this planet we're playing on
    Is it the only one,(what are we going to do

    Help them to see (help them to see)
    That the people here are like you and me (you and me)
    Let us show them how to play (how to play)
    The pipes of peace (pipes of peace)
    Play the pipes of peace, ooh

    I light a candle to our love
    In love our problems disappear
    But all in all we soon discover
    That one and one is all we long to hearWriter/s: PAUL MCCARTNEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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