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Chuck Wicks – If We Loved lyrics

The prisons are empty, the homeless have houses
Nobody's hungry, nobody's poor
Nobody's judged by their faith or their color
Nobody's wrong in this world without war

We buried our souls, we don't fight anymore

You can't imagine all the mountains we'd move
If we loved, if we loved a little harder
Yeah, there's no telling all the walls we'd break through
If we loved, if we loved a little harder

Nobody's lonely, used or neglected
Children are cherished from the day that they're born
Even a stranger is never a stranger
No bars on the windows, no locks on the doors

We opened our doors, we're not afraid anymore

You can't imagine all the mountains we'd move
If we loved, if we loved a little harder
Yeah, there's no telling all the walls we'd break through
If we loved, if we loved a little harder

Just think of how much better off we'd be
If we opened up our hearts, if we believed

You can't imagine all the mountains we'd move
If we loved, if we loved a little harder
Yeah, there's no telling all the walls we'd break through
If we loved, if we loved a little harder

If we loved, if we loved
If we loved a little harder, yeah
If we loved



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