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the poor orphan child

That must be clothed and fed

And it comes from the poor orphan child

That must be clothed and fed


Savior, lead them by the hand
Somewhere someone's standing by
The same game plan, the same aging fantasies
Spruces up the small talk and the smile
It's no wonder, he's under
Small change got rained on with his own thirty-eight,
And nobody flinched down by the arcade
And the marquees weren't weeping, they went
Small change got rained on with his own thirty-eight
And nobody flinched down by the arcade
And the marquees weren't weeping, they went stark-raving
Sweet Orphan
(Words and music by Kirk McLeod; arranged by Kirk McLeod, Eric Gast, and Dan Stacey)

Ooh, I swear this February's cold
I stole a chance
Late in the evening, out on the square
A man in a raincoat, standing there.
We met by the lamp where the newsboy cried.
He stole my heart with his
Catch a taxi to the fountainhead
Blinking neon penny arcade
A young Caruso on the fire escape
Painted face ladies on parade

The newsboy
I got myself a mortgage,
It didn't save the marriage.
We weren't insureed,
Insured against breakage.
If you believe in orphans
There's still
Late in the evening out in the square
A man in a raincoat standing there

We met by the lamp where the newsboy cried
He stole my heart with his
been the one
To try and say
I’ll overcome
By my own strength

I’ve been the one
To fall apart
And start to question
Who You are

You’re the one who
summer's come and gone
He had a lonely night ahead
Waitin' for June

Then among the leaves
Near the orphan's home
A piece of paper caught his eye
summer's come and gone
He had a lonely night ahead
Waitin' for June

Then among the leaves
Near the orphan's home
A piece of paper caught his eye
summer's come and gone
He had a lonely night ahead
Waitin' for June

Then among the leaves
Near the orphan's home
A piece of paper caught his eye
Taking in by school of zealotry
Who trained orphans to make orphans evermore

I am the one who will remember everything
I am the one who will remember
of history, with the patronized orphans of film
She seeded the bait and offered the faint hope of chance to innocent men
In love with the trance of her dances
taken
By the foolish words of men
They say that God is oh so tasteless
But they've never tasted Him

Ah, I gotta express my point of view
To the world, so
Has saved a lot of lives
By frauding a child's adoption
I will be saving mine

In the name of science
They've claimed being our saviors
Money is
summer's come and gone
He had a lonely night ahead
Waitin' for June

Then among the leaves
Near the orphan's home
A piece of paper caught his eye
As I was slowly passing by an orphan's home one day,
I thought I'd stop a little while just to watch the children play.
Alone, a boy was standing,
I was raised on corn bread and gravy
And I slept in a cardboard box till I was nearly three
I bathed myself in muddy river runnin' by our shack
By
[Originally performed by O.M.D.]

If Joan of Arc had a heart,
would she give it as a gift
To such as me who longs to see,
how a legend oughta be
of history, with the patronized orphans of film
She seeded the bait and offered the faint hope of chance to innocent men
In love with the trance of her dances
He stands by the doors of the Rex all night
Chain-smoking Celtas
His eyes trouble more than one woman
His voice is heavy and deep
There's dirt
Sitting alone in an old rockin' chair
I saw an old mother with silvery hair
She seemed so neglected by those who should care
Rockin' alone in
What status is given to these children… children?

Just by the riverside, right next to that orphan child
Families come to play, they don't see that's