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Debbie Sims – All Of Here On Earth Must Help Each Other Out lyrics

I count that day as wisely spent
In which I do some good
For someone who is far away
Or shares my neighborhood.
A day devoted to the deed
That lends a helping hand
And demonstrates a willingness
To care and understand.

Chorus:
Lord knows we're willing and able to make it
Beyond a shadow of a doubt,
So that all of us here on earth must help each other out.
Everybody knows what cooperation is all about;
Because in my philosophy there never is a doubt
That all of us here on earth must help each other out.

I long to be of usefulness
In little ways and large
Without a selfish motive
And without the slightest charge.
I feel that day is fruitful
And the time is worth the while
When I promote the happiness
Of one enduring smile.

Repeat Chorus

(Instrumental)

In times of disconnection
We all need to help each other out.

Repeat Chorus

Everybody knows what cooperation is all about;
Because in my philosophy there never is a doubt
That all of us here on earth must help each other out.



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/d/debbie_sims/all_of_here_on_earth_must_help_each_other_out.html

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