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Have You Got A Story To Tell? lyrics

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Have you got a story to tell?
My voice is a mouthpiece and an insight into my world
Have you got a story to tell?
My voice is a mouthpiece and an insight into my world

What are you going to say when the music is stripped away
What are you going to do when the young ears are open to you
Speak up, Speak up my friends

Have you got a story to tell?
Your voice is a mouthpiece that can influence the world
Have you got a story to tell?
Your voice is a mouthpiece that can influence the world

What are you going to say when the music is stripped away
What are you going to do when the young ears are open to you
Speak up, speak up my friends

What are you going to say when the music is stripped away
What are you going to do when the young ears are open to you
Speak up, speak up my friends

What are you going to say when the music is stripped away
What are you going to do when the young ears are open to you
Speak up, speak up my friends



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