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Celine Dion – Michael's Song lyrics

(Eddy Marnay / Lewis Furey)

To a child
The world is wide
To a child
Storms are outside
Calm your fear
The rainbow's clear
Ending where you start
Calling to your heart

Everything you see
Everything you find
The darkest memories
All come clearer
Open your eyes

Children are like boats in the sea
Tossed and torn
They travel on
Ride the waves
Be strong and brave
Every stroke you row
Teaches you to grow

Everything you feel
Everything you find
The darkest memories
All come clearer
Like a star in the sky

Everything you see
Everything you find
The sweetest mysteries
All come clearer
When you open your eyes

Run and catch the wind
Beyond it you will find
The world is cold
The world is cold

Oh...

Everything you see



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