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© Words & Music by Joanne Stacey, Lucy LeBlanc, Bill O'Hanlon

Lyrics

A Little Kinder

I used to sit with my grandma
In the summer shade
Two rocking chairs on the porch
Sippin’ lemonade
Oh it’s been a few years
Since she’s been here

The scent of magnolia
Always brings me back
To the wisdom that she shared
In that wooden shack
I remembered today
Something she would say

Always be a little kinder than you need to be
Try to see the best in people when it’s hard to see
When your heart is hard, can’t see past the scars
I guarantee we could all use a little mercy
May you always be, may you always be
A little kinder
Kinder than you need to be

I’ve tried to live up to her philosophy
Tried to treat everyone with generosity
Now I need some help
I hear her say you gotta love yourself

And always be a little kinder than you need to be
Try to see the best in people when it’s hard to see
When your heart is hard, can’t see past the scars
I guarantee we could all use a little mercy
May you always be, may you always be
A little kinder
Kinder than you need to be

Bridge:
Some people hide their struggles
They won’t tell you they’re in trouble
If you can rise above yourself
You can help somebody else

And always be a little kinder than you need to be
Try to see the best in people when it’s hard to see
When your heart is hard, can’t see past the scars
I guarantee we could all use a little mercy
May you always be, may you always be
A little kinder
Kinder than you need to be