Treasure Island

David Moe

(Juneau, Alaska)

Song of the Soul


I sing a love song
to the world
to the world that suffers
prejudice, hate and war.

I sing a love song
to the world,
to the world that suffers
AIDS, drug and alcohol addiction.

I sing a love song
to the world,
to the world that suffers
domestic violence, child and sexual abuse.

I sing a love song
to the world,
to the world that suffers
pornography, pollution, and propaganda.

I sing a love song
to the world
Oh, come, sing a love song
with me.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Gillena Cox (12/6/2007 2:38:00 AM)

    Your invitation in the last verse is to the world 'oh come sing a love song with me'
    is indeed one step toward more Love in the world (Report) Reply

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