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Joe cussed as the light turned red,
And one thought ran through his head.
He should've been home by now.
And two blocks from where he sits,
Two young lovers call it quits.
Cause it ain't working out.
Well, Joe's gonna be late for supper.
And they're both wondering what now.

Chorus:
And even though you can't hear it,
It still makes a sound.
It might be right beside you,
Oh if you just look around.
In a world that turns so quickly,
So many things can pass.
In a Minute and a Half.

Dan tells the nurse he's fine,
But deep down he knows its time.
To close his weary eyes.
And two floors down from where he lay,
A proud father is amazed,
When he hears the baby cry.
Well, Dan's eyes close, and Bob's open,
Oh, but they both see the light.

Chorus:
And even though you can't hear it,
It still makes a sound.
It might be right beside you,
Oh if you just look around.
In a world that turns so quickly,
So many things can pass.
In a Minute and a Half.

In a world that turns so quickly,
So many things can pass.
In a Minute and a Half.



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