Peter S. Quinn


Let Me Sing


Let me sing to you brother
What the world is all about
This is our home and no other
Don’t need any ways of doubt
Feel what you feel in lives trial
Give every result to go clean
Jude every war with its denial
Come make commitment be seen

Nobody else will remind you
What you'll make with your heart
Just need a conscience be true
And you'll know where to start
Not be to rigorous in your actions
All shall then be that you wish
There are plenty worthy attractions
For what you need to accomplish

Let me sing to you sister
For the world to be peaceful again
There is complications twister
In every stride that is in vain
Nobody there to understand you
If you will not give or lent a hand
Let your love justify on here thru
For others to follow and understand

Nobody else there to follow
The world can be a lonely place
Like the unclear ways and hollow
Without any care for or any grace
Touch just another human being
Let every feeling have its meaning
And you will have a heart in seeing
When trouble is here intervening

Submitted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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