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A melody written by a crowd, now looking for lyrics

This song was written by popular vote on which note should follow the previous voted upon note. Now that the melody is complete, CrowdSound is asking the crowd to vote on the lyrics, one word at a time. 12,768 participants from 115 countries have participate in voting on the lyrics so far. Here's what they written to date: Underneath the stars dreaming of another world wishing for another chance to remember when everything was was easier.
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