Power Lines

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Song Lyrics  |  House: Booksie Classic
Written February 2014. Talking about the difference between words and action.

Submitted: March 23, 2014

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There's a man on the power lines 
Looking down at the mess that he calls his life
Because he failed to meet the status quo
There's a kid in his room tonight 
Who's contemplating suicide
'Cause he thinks that it's his time to go

Where are Your hands?
Where are Your feet?
Are You listening?
Won't You send somebody, please?

Saw a girl just the other day
Walking into a clinic across the way
I think we know where the story goes
There's a guy out on Farwell street
With a cardboard sign, need some food to eat
While the cars drive by so rapidly

Where are Your hands?
Where are Your feet?
Are You listening?
Won't You send somebody, please?

We gather in our church
And sing our songs with hands held high
We pray, "Please God, send somebody, please."
We gather in our homes
With family and food to eat
Praying, "Thank you God, I'm not hungry."

Where are  Your hands? Where are Your feet?
Are you listening?
Won't You send somebody, please?

There's a God in the sky tonight
Looking down on the mess that He calls His bride
Wondering who will go


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