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Put On Your Green Shoes lyrics

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Cyndi Lauper – Put On Your Green Shoes lyrics

Gather 'round children and you will hear
The sound of a cricket crying in your ear
That's mother nature, she's crying out loud
This old earth needs some loving now, so

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Put on your green shoes
Put on your green shoes
Mother nature, she's calling to you
To put on your green shoes

Put on your green shoes and walk with me
We'll go around back and plant a tree
Help it grow and you will see
The way the world was meant to be

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Wonder how the world would be
Without the shade of a redwood tree
Without all the fish, the birds and the bees
Springtime would be lonely, so

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