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Power Positive


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Lyrics

Verse 1

Step back
Look around
Guess who's taking a walk downtown
It's me, that's right
And I have news
I'm wearing my sky-high, can't lose shoes

So watch out
Mr. Big and Tall
I'm fancy free
And I have it all
Yeah me, that's right
I'm stepping in time
And I flow like water on a river of rhyme

So, heads up
Mr. Man in the Moon
I want to be heard
As I'm singing my tune
It's a song I wrote
Note for note
Take it to heart
And it will give you hope

Here we go.

Chorus

Power is thinking on your feet
Power is knowing what to eat
Power is knowing who you are
Power is working yourself hard

Power—in my heart
Power—in my mind
Power—in my arms
Power—all the time

Wally Bear says, “Hey Ali, will you play your keyboard for us?”

Ali says, “Sure I will. Listen to this and feel free to dance!”

Verse 2

Step back
Look around
Guess who's taking a walk downtown
It's me, that's right
And I have news
I'm wearing my sky-high, can't lose shoes

So watch out
Mr. Big and Tall
I'm fancy free
And I have it all
Yeah me, that's right
I'm stepping in time
And I flow like water on a river of rhyme

So, heads up
Mr. Man in the Moon
I want to be heard
As I'm singing my tune
It's a song I wrote
Note for note
Take it to heart
And it will give you hope

Here we go.

Chorus

Power is thinking on your feet
Power is knowing what to eat
Power is knowing who you are
Power is working yourself hard

Power—in my heart
Power—in my mind
Power—in my arms
Power—all the time

Power is thinking on your feet
Power is knowing what to eat
Power is knowing who you are
Power is working yourself hard

Power—in my heart
Power—in my mind
Power—in my arms
Power—all the time

Power is thinking on your feet
Power is knowing what to eat
Power is knowing who you are
Power is working yourself hard

Power—in my heart
Power—in my mind
Power—in my arms
Power—all the time.

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