Chris De Burgh The Simple Truth (a Child Is Born) lyrics

 
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The Simple Truth (a Child Is Born) by Chris De Burgh The Simple Truth (a Child Is Born) lyrics A child is born on a battlefield a soldier boy falls to his knees And a woman cries in ioy and pain when will we live in peace again? A child is born where the wild wind blows In a country torn from the South to the North. And a family runs from day to day when will we see our home again? When will we see the simple truth The only thing that's worth a damn. The life of a child is more than a forest The life of a child is more than a border could ever be. A child is born in the desert sun a tiny life has just begun And a mother cries for her hungry babe when will I feed mv boy again? A child is born to an ordinary home East or West it could be anyone But we all want to know will my child survive te see the day When we will be secure againz When will we see the simple truth That the only thing that's worth a damn. The life of a child is more than a forest The life of a child is more that a border The life of a child is more than religion The life of a child is only a heartbeat from eternity. We must believe for the sake of humanity we must believe - For the sake of humanity we must believe.

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