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Earth Day Everyday (Celebrate)!

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Words and music by John Denver. Copyright 1990 Cherry Mountain Music Co.

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Celebrate morning,
The cry of a loon on a lake in the night
The dreams that are born in the dawn's early light
Celebrate morning.

Celebrate living,
The laughter that sings in the heart of a child,
The freedom that flies at the call of the wild,
Celebrate living.

Celebrate evening,
The stars that appear in the loss of the sun,
Whispering winds, 'We are one, we are one...'


Celebrate Earth Day, every day,
Celebrate Earth Day, every day
Celebrate land and sea
Celebrate you and me
Celebrate Earth Day, every day

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