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Whole world to save


by Richard Marx. Buy album CD: Paid Vacation


Nowhere to hide,
You can't escape the fun
No matter where you run
All that is gone with the times
And time will tell on you if you don't carry through
You've got your soul on the line

Long as you know which side the sun rises on everyone
Wherever you go you'll understand
Holding the light in the center of your hand,
There's a

Whole world to save
There's a whole world
You can start any place,
There's a
Whole world to save,
Whole world
Not any reason to wait

You're alone,
You and everyting with a face
Why'd they call it human race?
All in a world of our own
I think it's gone far enough,
I say we call their bluff
Somebody's got to be strong
If you get one wild night in life,
Oh, You better get it right
If it's the only life you get
What is it worth if it's you and nothing left,
There's a

Chorus

Making a difference,
Seeing what nobody sees
I won't wait for deliverance 'cause I know it's waiting for me

Long as you know which side the sun rises on everyone
Wherever you go you'll understand
Holding the light in the center of your hand,
There's a

Chorus



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Album: Paid Vacation (1994) Lyrics
cd Buy "Paid Vacation" CD
  1. The way she loves me
  2. One more try
  3. Silent scream
  4. Nothing to hide
  5. Soul motion
  6. Now and forever
  7. Goodbye hollywood
  8. Heaven's Waiting
  9. Nothing left behind us
  10. What you want
  11. One man
  12. Baby Blues
  13. Whole world to save

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