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Ordinary Person - Lyrics

If I could walk a mile in your shoes

Could I figure out who you are

If I could carry your heavy load for a while

Would I begin to understand your heart


Ordinary person passing by

(I bet you’ve got dreams, a family, a life) Ordinary Person passing by


If I could see life through your eyes

Would I get a new perspective

If I could live your life for a day

Would I learn to appreciate


The ordinary person passing by

(I bet you’ve got dreams, a family, a life) Ordinary Person passing by


Behind those fragile walls

I know you’ve got so much more than just a pulse

(You’ve got so much more than just a pulse)


You’re not invisible to me

I can see your story

Your hurting heart your empty eyes

So just hang on it’s not the end

This is where your story begins

You might feel damaged but you can mend

Ordinary person passing by

(I bet you’ve got dreams, a family, a life) Ordinary Person passing by


Behind those fragile walls

I know you’ve got so much more than just a pulse


You’re not invisible to me

I can see your story

Your hurting heart your empty eyes

(I bet you’ve got dreams, a family, a life)

So just hang on it’s not the end

This is where your story begins

You might feel damaged but you can mend


You’re not invisible to me

I can see your story

Your hurting heart your empty eyes

So just hang on it’s not the end

This is where your story begins

You might feel damaged but you can mend



Copyright 2020 Abigail Nygren

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