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[Verse 1]
Big Sky looked down on all the people looking up at the Big Sky
Everybody pushing one another around
Big Sky feels sad when he sees the children scream and cry
But the Big Sky's too big to let it get him down


Big Sky too big to cry
Big Sky too high to see
People like you and me

[Chorus]
One day we'll be free, we won't care, just you see
'Til that day can be, don't let it get you down
When I feel that the world is too much for me
I think of the Big Sky, and nothing matters much to me

[Verse 2]
Big Sky looked down on all the people who think they got problems
They get depressed and they hold their head in their hands and cry
People lift up their hands and they look up to the Big Sky
But Big Sky is too big to sympathise

Big Sky's too occupied
Though he would like to try
And he feels bad inside
Big Sky's too big to cry

[Chorus]
One day we'll be free, we won't care, just you wait and see
'Til that day can be, don't let it get you down
When I feel that the world is too much for me
I think of the Big Sky, and nothing matters much to me

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