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house
In Heaven, let me be
Somewhere close where I can hear R.W. sing for me.

The road... the road... the road of Calvary.
And, God, if there's an old
those songs?
So many times (so many times)
They've been our idols for so long
And, God, if there's an old school house
In Heaven, let me be
Somewhere
those songs?
So many times (so many times)
They've been our idols for so long
And, God, if there's an old school house
In Heaven, let me be
Somewhere
those songs?
So many times (so many times)
They've been our idols for so long
And, God, if there's an old school house
In Heaven, let me be
Somewhere
there are no strangers
After his work is done
For your God and my God
Are one
So many children calling out loud

By many a different name
One
can hear the devil laughing
Somewhere

African genocide
Brother kill brother, side by side
Wild animals show their teeth
And run away in disbelief
that you've got the picture 
What you going to do? 

Hey big brother, I know you're out there somewhere 
If we don't get our thing together, big
you still find it hard to believe
That we were made by a different God

Are we not the proof that there may've been another creator
Let's run
Listen mister brother sister
Family and friend
I fear with each day pass
Our time grows closer to the end

Listen stranger passer by
And those
God's gonna get 'cha for that
God's gonna get 'cha for that
There's no place to run and hide
For He knows where you're at

God's gonna get 'cha for
him away
Just a hundred dollar funeral with no loved ones to pray

There must be a mother who loves him somewhere
Perhaps she had gone home and was
When I was ten I thought my brother was God -
He'd lie in bed and turn out the light with a fishing rod.
I learned the names of all his football
there's a crow in the corn
Wild flowers on a cross by the road
And somewhere a baby is crying for her mom
As the hills turn from green back to gold

And why
From the first time that we stumble
We learn that nothing is assurred
However hopelessly we tumble
It's by the grace of God that we endure
If there's
eyes
Can I lend him a hand
Let him still be a man
Will I run or still be by his side

Am I my brother's keeper
Yes I am!
Am I my brother's
God's gonna get 'cha for that
God's gonna get 'cha for that
There's no place to run and hide
For He knows where you're at

God's gonna get 'cha for
a white guitar
And lightning struck once, and lightning struck twice
And I said "If there's a God, He sure ain't nice"
And Chuck said "God is an Indian
keeper
Though he be strong or weaker
I gotta lend him a helpin' hand
No matter what his color
Through God he's still my brother
I gotta help him if I
can't wait until I'm five.

When I am six there is a rule
Kids like me all start to school
Somewhere between seven and eight
I'll start to grow and I
tonight, great God
I'm glad you came along
Hope all the brothers and the sisters here 
Will help me sing this song

There's a meetin' here tonight
There's a star spangled banner waving 
Somewhere in a distant land so many miles away
Only Uncle Sam's great heroes get to go there
Where I wished
on a gravestone and live while you can,
That homeless brother is my friend.

Somewhere there was a woman, somewhere there was a child,
Somewhere there was
could call our own

We'll find perfect peace where joys will never cease
Out there beneath the calmly skies
We'll build a sweet little nest somewhere
won't be on page three
Or page four anymore

Ol' lady ol'lady
Ol' lady ol'lady
Ol' lady ol'lady
Ol' lady ol'lady

By the grace of God you had a son
He's
There's a star spangled banner waving somewhere
in a distant land so many miles away
Only Uncle sam's great hero's get to go there
where I wish