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(Feat. Kirk Franklin)

[CHORUS]
Ooh child things are gonna get easier
Ooh child things will get brighter
Ooh child things are gonna get easier
Ooh child things will get brighter

[VERSE 1]
some day yes we'll put it together and we'll get all down some day yes when the world is much brighter some day yes we'll walk in the rays of the beautiful sun
some day when the world is much brighter

[CHORUS]
Ooh child things are gonna get easier just you wait and see things will get brighter oh my baby boy things are gonna get easier baby girl things will get brighter

[VERSE 2]
Some day yes we'll put it together and we'll get all down some day yes when the world is much brighter some day yes we'll walk in the rays of the beautiful sun
some day when the world is much brighter

[Vamp]
if you're tired of the crying com'on(com'on)
if you're tired of people dying com'on(com'on)
if you're tired of the fighting com'on(com'on)
no more wars, no lying com'on(com'on)
all the people in the world com'on
every boy every girl com'on(com'on)
if you know it ain't over until God says that it's over com'on, com'on, comon (lets go)

[repeat chours]

'til you wake up in the morning child
(repeat until finish)



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