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Tears Of The World is a song interpreted by George Harrison, released on the album Thirty Three & 1/3 in 1976.

Tears Of The World lyrics

War mongers terrorize us all,
Our leaders heed us to their call.
Stonewallin, voices calling,
Drowning in the tears of the world.

Big business calling ev'ry tune,
Polluting here and to the moon.
All nations, conservations,
Drowning in the tears of the world.

But your lives worth saving,
We should start behaving
Like the truth's been told
By saviours through our time.
Your downfall, you'll bring it on yourselves.

All warnings fall upon deaf ears,
Their scorn compounding my worst fears.
No way out, hopeless souls shout,
Drowning in the tears of the world.
Drowning in the tears of the world,

(Tears of the world)
Tears of the world

Where's your love been sleeping?
Has your heart been weeping
Over all unrighteous action in the world
Where bad jazz seems all they're laying down?

No use in turning your blind eye,
You feel the heat as you fry.
Try your best, you'll find no rest,
Drowning in the tears of the world.

It's a sure bet, each pays his debts,
Drowning in the tears of the world.