Pain and fear! ! just go away...
I can see it in your eyes…
I can see the pain,
I can see it, pain is green,
Oh! green pain, please go away!
He is hurting, he is lost
Can’t you see he has enough?
Pain don’t hurt him anymore, pain go away!
I won’t let you win this battle pain. My love for him is strong.
Pain I won’t let you take him, for he is mine and he has been all along.
I can see the fear…
Fear of the future, fear for what is expected,
Fear don’t hide from me, I can see you very well,
Fear you won’t take him. Fear I can tear you up with love…
My love for him is stronger than you pain and fear together…
He is lost in his big sorrow, for the days that he must face,
He is afraid, he is in pain, but I will help him see the light again…
I have faith and I believe, I will help him walk the way.
He is not perfect and he hurts!
He is angry at the future, I can see it, is right there.
We will make it trough the darkness, until we see the light again.
I will hold his hand, I will be strength, and hope.
Oh pain and fear just go away! I will fight you all day long,
For I have hope and faith that makes me strong!
My dear God please give him strength, he needs you very badly.
He needs to know that you been there all along,
God help him, make him strong,
to fight the fear and pain.
He is just a child at heart, and he needs you loving father,
Fear and pain will not prevail!
Love and faith will stand up stronger.
My love for him and faith in God won’t let us totter.
Pain and fear will be no more,
But there is love and faith galore.
We will make it trough the night…
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