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The bPatrick cover of The Hooters reflective 1985 hit. Originally written by Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman, the song explores the haunting questions that face society today. Where is the hope that we once had? Who's that "deadly piper" that leads our children away? bPatrick puts his own upbeat style to this classic.

Lyrics

WHERE DO THE CHILDREN GO   ©1985 WB Music Corp.

Surrender into the night

Silently take my hand

Nobody knows what's inside us

Nobody understands

They handed us down a dream

To live in this lonely town

But nobody hears the music

Only the echo of a hollow sound

Where do the children go

Between the bright night and darkest day

Where do the children go

And who's that deadly piper who leads them away

Together we make our way

Passengers on a train

Whisper a secret forever

Promises in the rain

We're leaving it all behind

While castles are falling down

We're going where no one can find us

And if there's a heaven, we'll find it somehow

Where do the children go 

Between the bright night and darkest day 

Where do the children go 

And who's that deadly piper who leads them away

We're going where no one can find us 

And if there's a heaven, we'll find it somehow

Where do the children go  

Between the bright night and darkest day  

Where do the children go  

And who's that deadly piper who leads them away

Where do the children go  

Between the bright night and darkest day  

Where do the children go  

And who's that deadly piper who leads them away

Who's that deadly piper who leads them away

Yeah, who's that deadly piper who leads them away