Country n' Irish reggae ballad in need of Gospel choir backing.  In the right hands, this is a hit.

Peace grows


Peace grows - war no more
Peace grows - and grows
Love flows - war no more
Where love flows peace grows
Where love flows peace grows

Where else to start but in the heart of man
Therein must peace begin
Deep inside, must hate and pride
Be conquered from within 
A wooden cross, a dove, all signs of love
Hope should never cease 
I have seen God's pastures green
All still, a sign of peace

CHORUS
From the Shannon to the Suir, the hills of Galtymore
In the vale of Tipperary, peace grows, and grows and grows and grows 
From the Lee up to the Bann, Tralee right up to Larne
In the whole green land of Ireland, peace grows, peace grows

Peace grows - war no more
Peace grows - peace grows
Love flows - war no more
Where love flows, peace grows
Where love flows, peace grows

Now Flanders' fields are still, the grass is green
White crosses stand in rows
'neath the clay of life's decay
Lie men God only knows
For dust is all we are, from dust we came
The earth reclaims each piece
God will reap what man will sow
Green grass, a sign of peace
Chorus