And I still remember that night
When the whole world had gone dark
Just little lights in little homes
Far far apart
I still remember how we had grabbed our tiny flashlights
And had flashed them on the lonely lifeless street
below our rusted black balcony
We were hoping to spread a little light
In a dark, dark world
It amazes me how we hoped,
No matter how little our lights were
And I still remember how other little kids
had joined us in our craziness
Flashing little lights with us
Helping someone cross a dark street
And I still remember the wide smiles
When electricity returned
Brightening every inch again
Making everything normal
And I remember how everyone would forget there was ever a dark hour
And I remember how everyone would forget about it
You changed the cells in the flashlight
And kept it on a shelf close by
And now I can see
How you are still spreading the little light in a dark world
with a little flashlight
And I can see how others are joining you.
Joining in to make a man cross a street.
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