Festival of Faiths #BeautyofDiversity

Enjoy this song that was played for the opening of the event. Turning of the World, written by Ruth Pelham. This version by Sara Thomsen

Turning Of The World

Words and music by Ruth Pelham
© 1982 Ruth Pelham Music

Let us sing this song for the TURNING of the world
That we may TURN as one
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our TURNING
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our TURNING

Let us sing this song for the HEALING of the world
That we may HEAL as one
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our HEALING
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our HEALING

Let us sing this song for the DREAMING of the world
That we may DREAM as one
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our DREAMING
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our DREAMING

Let us sing this song for the LOVING of the world
That we may LOVE as one
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our LOVING
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
With every voice, with every song
We will move this world along
And our lives will feel the echo of our LOVING
And our lives will feel the echo of our DREAMING
And our lives will feel the echo of our HEALING
And our lives will feel the echo of our TURNING.

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