Power to Change the World

Kids love this song!  It helps them get in touch with their power to make a difference in the world.  Bucket Filling communities flourish when each person has the courage to stand up for the good of all.  Check out the awesome sign language that accompanies this song. Co-written by Red and Carol McCloud.

Power to Change the World

Whoa, we're gonna change things

One by one rearrange things

Filling up a bucket seems like a small, small thing

But it has the power to change the world.

Wanna change the world? 

We have the power

Every minute and every hour

Take a look around what do you see?

Lots of people like you and me

Folks teasing Tiana, Picking on Juan

Laughing at Lexi, Leaving out Shawn

Ragging on Ryan, Pushing 'round Dwight

Making fun of Molly, It's just not right

Whoa, we're gonna change things

One by one rearrange things

Filling up a bucket seems like a small, small thing

But it has the power to change the world.

Dipping buckets, that's not fair

On the bus, the playground, everywhere!

Too much worrry, too much fear

Want to change the world?  It starts right here!

By not joining in when others dip

Catching ourselves when we start to slip

When a person in trouble needs a friend

We know what to do, we step right in

Whoa, we're gonna change things

One by one rearrange things

Filling up a bucket seems like a small, small thing

But it has the power to change the world.

Take my hand, come along

We're all connected, we all belong

Let's make this world a better place to be.   

Whoa, we're gonna change things

One by one rearrange things

Filling up a bucket seems like a small, small thing

But it has the power to change the world.

It has the power to change the world.

It has the power to change the world.

© 2014 Smilin' Atcha Music, Inc.

Written by Red Grammer and Carol McCloud

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