Mac Adrone Adonay


Lord, Lighten theTeenagers' Creed


Sinful strife and boastful greed
Embrace the present days
Evil men of darkness lead
The throng of human race
Is there a bond that binds
The good teenagers' minds?
Soon days will come and they shall be engaged
To the tyranny and cruelty's stage
When the doors of violence open
Transgressors suddenly appear
And falsehood shall tempt the eyes of men
Boisterous sound their ears shall hear

My Lord, there are souls to rescue
The feet of the children walk astray
And from yesterday until this day
Their creed became weak and untrue
And now their lives are on narrow way

Government has evil rulers
And their horns of evilness grow fast
O, can the graft and corruption last?
The hope lies on the teenagers
Help me O Lord, unto you I trust.

Lighten up the teenagers' creed
Save them from sinful humanity
the bleeding hearts are wide as the sea
And society is in need
Of men that will make the darkness flee

I urge you, humble and brave youth
let us all wake up from oblivion
And do something good for our nation
It's the time to fight for the truth
It's the day to shatter corruption

Lead us to vict'ry my Lord
And strengthen our weak souls
Guide us by your heav'nly Word
That we may reach our goals
Teenagers, let's march forth
Of all the ways from North
No need to fear for God is on our side
And He will be our Savior and our Guide
O, we are the hope of our land
So swing the sword and fight the foes
Onward we'll march, steadfast we'll stand
Making them receive the truth's blows.

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 04, 2014
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