If I Ruled the World

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lyrics

Verse 1:
I left the building of my elders
To see if I could find myself
Without their shelter
If I could be a big girl
Like I thought I was

If I could stick it to the man
And be independent
If I could be all I wanted
Without consequences
Ooo If I ruled the world

Chorus:
Cause if I ruled the world
This is what I would do
I would take a vacation
To the top of the moon
I would sail around the world
And dance all night
I would love, love, love
And never fight

Verse 2:
I lived on the ground
Fell in love with the sun
Walked barefoot with the Earth
Trying to become someone
Wised myself up
And then got softer

I was pushed around
And shoved out to the world
Oh a funny little place
For a little girl
Who thought she could rule the world

Chorus

Bridge:
Well I hope that this
Isn’t my fatality
Gotta get somewhere in the sky
Can’t you see me?
Flying up high above the city
Can't you see me now?

Chorus

credits

from Break, released January 17, 2017
Vocals, Guitars: Socorra
Bass: Brian Hart
Drums: Jeff Wheeler
Hand Percussion: Socorra and Renee Vargas

Recorded and Mixed at Hyde Street Studio C in San Francisco by Scott McDowell
Mastered by Jonathan Kirchner

Lyrics by: Socorra
(C) Socorra Camposanto 2016

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