Everybody in the Peace Corps!


Lyrics: Applications and interviews Doctors and dentists Hurdles and road blocks When will I get this? I've been waiting so long I check the mail every day For the letter that could Possibly send me away... To change the world Yeah you finally made it Welcome to the human race You only have one lifetime To make this world a little better place (than when you found it) And you'll make them all proud Just like your mama knew you would Go out into the world and do well But more importantly go out into the world and do good. You are here for a reason Becoming so much more The toughest job you'll ever love Everybody in the Peace Corps Armed with passion and patience You serve with peace and with love Cooperation and dignity And with smiles and with hugs (that what you give 'em) And you wanted to reach out And to show everybody the way When you found out what makes us different Is so much less than what makes us the same. So jump on the peace train Give peace a chance Be the change you want to be Change it with your two hands Keep climbing that mountain Go follow your dreams Keep your heart hope wide And you'll know what it means Just like Mohatma Ghandi and Martin Luther King Just like mother Theresa And John Kennedy You have a vision Your heart it can see That when we work together To create harmony The world it can be What we want it to be What we want it to be Rap solo Yeah you finally made it Welcome to the human race You only have one lifetime To make this world a little better place (than when you found it) And you'll make them all proud Just like your mama knew you would Go out into the world and do well But more importantly go out into the world and do good. You are here for a reason Becoming so much more The toughest job you'll ever love Everybody in the Peace Corps You are here for a reason Becoming so much more The toughest job you'll ever love Everybody in the Peace Corps



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