Look Up

(Laura Åkerblom)

These lyrics address the population's growing obsession with our smartphones, and acts as a gentle reminder that we should look up at the world around us every now and then.

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Intro Look up from your phone and focus your eyes. Look up from your pizza, your burger, your fries. Look up and take notice, just a word to the wise. Look up at this world, this perfect paradise. Verse 1 Mountains and meadows, fields, lakes and trees. Overflowing with wildlife, butterflies and bees. Pitter pattering of rain, a soft summer breeze. Air filled with kids’ laughter, muddy hands and knees. Chorus It’s a beautiful planet. A wonderful place. Just a big ball of rock. Twirling round in space. Verse 2 The twinkle and sparkle of bright morning dew. Making everything look and feel so brand new. Optimistic and fresh, transparent and true. Our colourful world painted green and blue. Bridge XXXX XX XXXX XXXX XXXXXX XXXX X XXXXXX XX XXXX XXXX XXXXXX XXX XXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXX XXXX XX XXX XX XXXX XX XXX XXX XXXX XXX XXXXXXX XXXXX XXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXX XX XXXX XXXXXXX XXXXX XXX XXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXX XX XXXXX XXXXXX X XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXX X XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXX X XXX XXXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXX XX XXXXXX

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