Maryam M.Rifat Zanjir

(september18-1990)

Change


Say your words
Never be ashamed
No power of a sword
Can change your fate
You think maybe it's wrong
you got to be strong
The world is changing
Stand up and face it
Millions are waitting
Billions are dying
We have no time
We may fly high
It's your turn now
Never be down
Let's step into this world
With our dreams and wishes unfold
By keeping our will and faith
we can change the universe
It comes from the heart
Feel the magic then start
Every one was given a role in this life
Try hard to play it right
Poor are waitting For you
Someone is depending on you
To end the miserable life
To bring back the smile
Answer their call
Try to have a goal
To make a change by your own
In this unbelievable world

Submitted: Friday, July 14, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 14, 2010

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