Treasure Island

chelsi lewellyn

(may 9th 1991 / PA)

Lets Say A Prayer


Lets say a prayer and hope for things to get better
Lets say a prayer for the sun to come out for better weather
Lets say a prayer for a something special something new
Lets say a prayer for everything good and for me and you
Lets say a prayer that we make it though another day
Lets say a prayer and get out everything we have to say
Lets say a prayer for the bad not to last
Lets say a prayer for our loved ones to get better fast
Lets say a prayer and hope it all comes true
Lets say a prayer for everything bad and me and you
Lets say a prayer to be brave at heart
Lets say a prayer and ask for nothing to fall apart
Lets say a prayer to show we all care
Lets say a prayer and ask for things to become fair
Lets say a prayer for things to become right
Lets say a prayer and ask for help on this fight
Lets say a prayer and stay very strong
Lets say a prayer and fix all that’s wrong
Lets say a prayer and ask why
Lets say a prayer so we can say we did try
Lets say a prayer and show we can make it through
Lets say a prayer and beat this all too

Submitted: Sunday, July 27, 2008

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