Wendy-Marie Foerster

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Song Description

A song about refusing to become a cynic no matter how bad things might seem

Lyrics

When I look into your eyes I feel everything?s alright
Then I glance outside my door and see hatred and more war
And I wish that I could say why it is we have to pay
For mistakes our parents made or the ones who came before

And I hope the day will come where we?re not the only ones
Who see the possibilities for the way the world could be
Cause I simply cannot say, ?It?s not worth it anyway?.
And let hope just fade away. Close my eyes so I can?t see

BRIDGE:
How can they say,, ?Just accept reality.
That?s the way it?s meant to be?.
If I hear once more, ?Life?s not fair? or ?love is war?
I?m afraid I don?t agree and I?d rather stay Naïve


REFRAIN:
Cause I believe open eyes will always see
So you decide what?ll it be for you
Oh, what can we do?

Stand up for your right
For the power to decide how it can be
Reality is up to you, what ya gonna do?

They want dreamers all condemned cause our fantasies don?t end
When the say then won?t come true, that our thoughts are nothing new
Every time I close my eyes, I can see right through their lies
Then you scare them all away, and we?re safe another day

And we dance around their fears to remind them we?re still here
That we?ll never go again.
We don?t break, we only bend.
And we sway against their storms, their waves crashing on our shores
And we know that we are free to choose our own reality.

BRIDGE

REFRAIN

Show we are not weak, we have a voice, yes we can speak
We stand side by side not knowing why we?re there
Sure that we will win.

Oh ? yeah

Reality is up to you.
Whatcha gonna do?

Song Length
3:59
Genre
Pop - Alternative
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits Wendy-Marie Foerster
Music Credits Sandra Kalkmann