Little boys don't cry
Little boys aren't shy
Little boys are tough
They do stuff that little girls don't try

Little boys don't dance
Little boys wear pants
Little boys are bold
And then told they don't hold little boys' hands

Dad said, "I don't believe in magic
But I do believe in you
And son if you believe in daddy
Take a look at this book and believe it's true"

There's somewhere over the rainbow
And if you change the way you love
Then maybe you can go
The streets are paved with bricks of gold
And if you wanna see, come pray with me

'Cause somewhere over the rainbow
There's a man who's powerful
And he wants you to know
Where the rain goes
After the pain goes, they'll be dancing with halos
Somewhere over the rainbow

(Over the rainbow, rainbow
Over the rainbow)

Little boys stand tall
Little boys play ball
Little boys, they stink
They're not weak
They don't like pink at all

Little boys don't sing
Little boys are kings
Little boys fly kites, they ride bikes
They don't like little girl things

Dad said, "I know my baby's special
And you'll grow to be a man
And I know the world may dance with devils
But be strong, be flown to this holy land"

There's somewhere over the rainbow
And if you change the way you love
Then maybe you can go
The streets are paved with bricks of gold
And if you wanna see, come pray with me

Cause somewhere over the rainbow
There's a man who's powerful
And he wants you to know
Where the rain goes
After the pain goes, they'll be dancing with halos
Somewhere over the rainbow

(Over the rainbow, rainbow
Over the rainbow)
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Over The Rainbow Lyrics

Todrick Hall – Over The Rainbow Lyrics

Songwriters: TODRICK DRAMAUL HALL, JEAN-YVES G. DUCORNET, CARL SEANTE MCGRIER, KOFI A. OWUSI-OFORI
Over The Rainbow lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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