Anne Hinton Pratt

Anne Hinton Pratt

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Alpine, Utah, United States
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Song Description

Children need to be loved and taught in order to be who they are. We can help them be their best selves.

Lyrics

THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD
BY
Anne Hinton Pratt

O we need to love the children of the world.
O we need to build them up until they?re strong.
Without them, we have no future at all.
We need to love the children of the world.

They cry: ?Love me tender, always remember,
We are children of deity.?
They say: ?Listen to me, let me be me.
We want so much to belong.?

O we need to teach the children of the world.
They must believe we want to help them understand.
They need to know that we will always be their friend.
Yes we need to teach the children of the world.

They say: ?Please enjoy me. Spend time with me.
We won?t be young very long.?
They cry: ?Understand me, don?t demand me.
We want to make choices on our own.?

O we need to love the children of the world.
O we need to build them up until they?re strong.
Without them, we have no future at all.
We need to love the children of the world.

O we need to teach the children of the world.
They must believe we want to help them understand.
They need to know that we will always be their friend.
O we need to love the children of the,
Need to teach the children of the,
Need to love the children of the world!


Song Length
3:47
Genres
Unique - Children, Pop - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Welcoming, Content

Subject Matter
Love for Child, Baby, Children

Similar Artist
Amy Grant
Language
English

Lyric Credits Anne Hinton Praatt
Music Credits Anne Hinton Pratt
Producer Credits Anne Hinton Pratt
Publisher Credits Anne Hinton Pratt
Performance Credits Dusty Shane