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James Taylor


Shower The People

You can play the game and
you can act out the part,
even though you know it wasn't written for you.
Tell me, how can you stand there with your
 broken heart ashamed of playing the fool?
One thing can lead to another;
it doesn't take any sacrifice.
Oh, father and mother, sister and
 brother, if it feels nice, don't think twice,
just shower the people you love with love,
 show them the way that you feel.
Things are gonna work out fine
 if you only will do as I say, just
shower the people you love with love,
show them the way you feel.
Things are gonna be much
better if you only will.

You can run but you cannot hide,
this is widely known.
Tell me, what you plan to do with your
foolish pride when you're all by yourself, alone.
Once you tell somebody the way that you
feel, you can feel it beginning to ease.
I think it's true what they say about the
squeaky wheel always getting the grease.
Better to shower the people you love with
 love, show them the way that you feel.
Things are gonna be just fine if you
only will what I'd like to do to you.
Shower the people you love with love,
 show them the way that you feel.
Things are gonna be much
better if you only will.

Shower the people you love with love,
show them the way that you feel.
You'll feel better right away.
Don't take much to do, sell you pride.
They say in every life, they say the rain
must fall, just like pouring rain, make it rain.
Make it rain, love, love, love is sunshine, oh yes,
Make it rain, love, love, love is
 sunshine. Everybody, everybody.





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Matthew 5:43-45
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“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven. For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on
 the good,

 and sends rain on the just and on the unjust.


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