Ordinary Miracle

Album: Charlotte's Web Soundtrack (2006)
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  • It's not that unusual
    When everything is beautiful
    It's just another ordinary miracle, today

    The sky knows when it's time to snow
    Don't need to teach a seed to grow
    It's just another ordinary miracle, today

    Life is like a gift, they say
    Wrapped up for you, every day
    Open up and find a way
    To give some of your own

    Isn't it remarkable?
    Like every time a raindrop falls
    It's just another ordinary miracle, today

    Birds in winter have their fling
    And always make it home by spring
    It's just another ordinary miracle, today

    When you wake up, everyday
    Please don't throw your dreams away
    Hold them close to your heart
    'Cause we are all a part of the ordinary miracle

    Ordinary miracle
    Do you want to see a miracle?

    It seems so exceptional
    That things just work out, after all
    It's just another ordinary miracle, today

    The sun comes up and shines so bright
    And disappears again at night
    It's just another ordinary miracle, today

    It's just another ordinary miracle, today Writer/s: David Allan, David Stewart, Glen Ballard
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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