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Celine Dion - Aren't They All Our Children lyrics

(Written by Linda Thompson / Lyrics by David Foster)

Don't look away
An innocent face
Cries, and searches for some comfort
Love will provide
What fate has denied
All they ask is simply someone

With arms that reach
And words that teach
We'll be their strength
In times of need

Every boy and girl
Should dance on dreams
Around this world
Aren't they all our children after all
Who will dry their tears
And lift them up
If they should fall
Aren't they all our children after all

Who will be there
To show them loving care
They are this world's living treasure
The heart of a child
Is born to wear a smile
And feel joyful without measure

With arms that reach
And words that teach
We'll be their strength
In times of need
We'll hold their hearts
In loving hands
Help them believe
Give them a chance

Every boy and girl
Should dance on dreams
Around this world
Aren't they all our children after all
Who will dry their tears
And lift them up
If they should fall
Aren't they all our children after all
Aren't they all our children after all

And as they grow
They will always know
That love will ease their troubled road
And you and I
Are their wings
To help them fly

Every boy and girl
Should dance on dreams
Around this world
Aren't they all our children after all
Who will dry their tears
And lift them up
If they should fall
Aren't they all our children after all
Aren't they all our children after all
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