How many men can say they have sat in the meadow in the early morn,
Listened to the sounds of beauty, or watched the break of day.
How many men can say they have sat and looked for the wonders of the world,
That they have peace within themselves, that they’re happy with all they say or do.
How many men can say they have love in their hearts for all no matter what,
That the color of a man skin means nothing, that they judge him by what he does,
And not by what they think he is, How many men can say they even tried to live like this?
If many men could say they do, the the world might be allright.