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People all over the world

Join hands

Start a love train, love train

People all over the world

Join hands

Get on the love train, love train


The first stop that well make

Will be england

Tell all the folks in russia,

In china, too (get on board)

Don't you know

Its time to get on board

(its time to get on board)

Let this train keep on ridin,

Ridin on through

Ridin on through



People all over the world

Join hands

Start a love train, love train

People all over the world

Join hands

Get on the love train, love train


All of you brothers

Over in africa (come on now, people)

Tell all the folks in egypt,

In israel, too

Please don't miss this train

At the station

Cause if you miss it,

I feel sorry, sorry for you

Sorry for you


People all over the world

Join hands

Start a love train, love train

People all over the world

Join hands

Get on the love train, love train


People all over the world

Join hands

Start a love train, love train

People all over the world

Join hands

Get on the love train, love train


People all over the world

(repeat with following ad lib)


Start it up, start it up

Come on, people

Were gonna ride, ride

Sisters and brothers, come on

Start a love train

(repeat and fade with ad lib)



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