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George Jones – The World Needs A Melody lyrics

The world needs a tune that it can hum
Hmm, mmm, the world needs a guitar that it can strum
The world needs a melody that it can sing, sing, sing, sing
Let's all sing together.

In the sweet bye and bye
We shall meet on that beautiful shore, mmm together
The world needs a bell it can chime, chime, chime, chime, chime chime
The world needs a drum to keep the time, mmm mmm

The world needs a melody it can sing, sing, sing, sing
Let's all sing together.

The world needs a reason to clap it hands.
--- Clapping ---
The world needs a leader for it's band

The world needs a melody that it can sing, sing, sing, sing
Let's all sing together
Give us that old time religion, give us that old time religion.
Hmm, hmm, together

In the sweet bye and bye
Give us that old time religion
In the sweet bye and bye
Give us that old time religion.

--- Clapping ---

The world needs a melody that it can sing, sing, sing, sing
Together, together, together...



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