fayisck cmsu

the musiq of the earth on the way

She has a way with words
Do what he wants you to do
Follow God’s rules
Take that step of faith
Do you see the vision of tomorrow?
You are making her more like you God
Bring her to your house God
God of the stars, the moon, and the sea
It is so amazing that he can be here with her
Being a part of her little world
God washes all her sins away
In the heart of God there is love for her
She will follow you God
To your house
How wonderful heaven will be the day she will see God waiting for her
That will be the day she will leave earth and meet him face to face
That day she will have no more pain
And no more regrets
The music of the day
Will be comforting for her
Will take her mind away from her stress that she is feeling now
The times are changing
She is a woman now
Not a child anymore
Her love is not in vain
Her love is for real

Submitted: Saturday, January 17, 2009

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