Dan Gribbin

Dan Gribbin

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Folk - Contemporary | Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,853   
Member Since: 2005
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81

Song Description

A celebration of the brotherhood of humankind that is symbolized by the sharing of our music.

Story Behind the Song

The song was born out of speculation about what it would be like to be in a point in space at any given moment and to hear all the music that is being shared all over the world.

Lyrics

The whole wide world sings one sweet song, can you hear it?
Relax and let your ragtime rhythm roll.
The notes come each by each,
Like shells upon the beach.
The melody is written on your soul.

One sweet song, there's no way to sing it wrong.
The spirit flowing through us runs so strong.
One sweet song, won't you stay and sing along.
Together we can harmonize till dawn.

The world comes on like a big bad wolf, don't fear it.
Just pick your path and toss that dog a bone.
If he huffs and puffs at you, well, let him huff till he turns blue.
Your business ain't nobody's but your own.

One sweet song, there's no way to sing it wrong.
The spirit flowing through us runs so strong.
One sweet song, won't you stay and sing along.
Together we can harmonize till dawn.

When other currents pull too strong and start to bully me along,
Well I've got to find a way to paddle free.
For there's wondrous life to live, a chance to take, a chance to give,
And I'm bound to take a chance on being me.

The song we sing can heal the heart, can you feel it?
The music moves us with its soothing touch.
A lullaby at night, even the blues can set us right.
Sounds so true we just can't get enough.

Of that one sweet song, there's no way to sing it wrong.
The spirit flowing through us runs so strong.
One sweet song, won't you stay and sing along.
Together we can harmonize till dawn.
The whole wide world is singing one sweet song.
It's been so good to know you, now, so long.

Song Length
3:39
Genre
Folk - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Universe, World

Similar Artists
James Taylor, Jack Johnson
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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