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I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me
I would write some songs
Jim would climb atop the tallest tower
Mark, I thought a big-time soccer star is what he’d be
Tim would be imagining all the things that no one else could see
I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me

I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me
Jim, he works in health care
He’s an engineer by trade
But a servant of the Lord is what he’d really like to be.
He’s the one who listens best
Remembers most
And shoulders other’s burdens selflessly
I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me

I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me
Mark helps people find a home in Boise
He coaches soccer on side
For years he taught kids to play and live with integrity
And he has spent his entire lifetime giving all he can
To helping others in his community
I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me

I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me
Tim, he is the scholar
He’s a humble man of God
Out in Wisconsin, he served the people there in calm nobility
And though he is the quiet one
He laughs the hardest
He has our father’s sense of strong humility
I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me

I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me
Me, I wrote some songs and hoped that someday
They might mean something to someone
See my name on a marquee
But my job was teaching music and I tried to do it well
In it’s crazy, mixed-up, noisy obscurity
I always thought that we would change the world one day
My brothers and me