Bob Nesom
Hey World!
Lyrics
Hey World!
I want to understand truth, too much for a man?
Who as everything but endlessly wants more to buy
Who makes fun of what he doesn't know and doesn't try.

Hey World!
Hey World!

Hey World!
Give me something more like love & peace, not hate & war
You can really be a painful and lonely place
For all who dare to be part of the human race.

Hey World!
Hey World!

Answers are so close, but you see them slip away
There is hope, you can't betray
You wonder why, but somehow you know
Your heart will show you the way, today

Love!

Hey World!
It's me again, why? Tell me! I'm making a stand
Tired of memories of too much good has died
Injustice turning freedom into a precious lie

Hey World!
Hey World!

Hey World!
Not much more to say.Hey World! How did you get that way?
Deep inside I feel beauty that's you somehow
By every breath of love
That starts here, there and now

Hey World!
Hey World!

Answers are so close, but you see them slip away
There is hope, you can't betray
You wonder why, but somehow you know
Your heart will show you the way, today

Love!

Are you down to where we need to be? Dig it!
Are you ready for love to set you free? Sing it!
I do, how much do you miss sweet liberty?

Credits
Lyrics Credits: Bob Nesom
Music Credits: Bob Nesom
Producer Credits: Bob Nesom & Mike Machaby
Publisher Credits: Merrymen Productions
Performance Credits: Bob Nesom, Sylvie Nesom, Mike Machaby, David Ellis
Description
Short Song Description:
Being annoyed with how the world is functioning and how all of us can make a positive difference.
Long Song Description:
Going Retro is used to encourage us that the message of peace & love of the past (1960s) can be used today.
Story Behind the Song:
Current affairs in the United States encouraged Composer and Author Bob Nesom to go retro.
Metadata
Song Length: 5:30
Primary Genre: Rock-Indie/Low-Fi
Secondary Genre: Rock-Psychedelic
Tempo: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Peace
Subject Matter 2: Protest
Mood 1: Annoyed
Mood 2: Sociable
Language: English
Era: 1960 - 1969