WONDERS

The sun shines outside,

It shines inside this room.

It grows the flowers,

And lights the harvest moon.

The sun shines always,

Thatís what itís meant to do.

It gives me daylight.

It does the same for you.

 

The sun is what weíre part of,

Like leaves upon a tree.

Oh, what wonders this great world can be.

 

The air is all around us.

It touches me and you.

It lifts the birdís wings, to fly the air of blue.

The air turns windmills,

And moves the ships at sea.

And though itís all around us,

The air we cannot see.

 

The air is what weíre part of,

Like leaves upon a tree.

Oh, what wonders this great world can be.

 

The earth is underneath our feet,

Spinning round and round.

Every day itís here for us,

To walk on solid ground.

The Earth is where we live,

Where we can be found.

Itís such a good place to build

Our streets and towns.

 

The Earth is what weíre part of,

Like leaves upon a tree.

Oh, what wonders this great world can be.

 

The sea moves swiftly,

Along the earthen shore.

Fills the valleys to become the ocean floor.

The sea holds creatures unlike you and me.

And still weíre haunted

By the calling of the sea.

 

The sea is what weíre part of,

Like leaves upon a tree.

Oh, what wonders this great world can be.

 

Sun, Air, Earth and Sea.

Oh, what wonders this great world can be.