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gone to.
Because of me you have forgotten.

Children, children come home to me.
Because I am lonely to be sitting all alone.

Father, Father we
night two strangers gave Nestor a surprise
They chose him from all others for they loved his gentle eyes
A man was called by Joseph, Mary was his bride
and the horses dying side by side

Thunder Rolling in the Mountains said, "my heart is sick and sad.
Our children now are freezing. The old chiefs are dead.
strangers gave Nestor a surprise
They chose him from all others for they loved his gentle eyes
A man was called by Joseph, Mary was his bride
She needed help
way back
Chop 'em down, chop 'em down; chop 'em down, chop 'em down

Time flies by like clouds passing in the sky lifetimes hear and gone like the blink
way back
Chop 'em down, chop 'em down; chop 'em down, chop 'em down

Time flies by like clouds passing in the sky lifetimes hear and gone like the blink
Have heard you lying

There are photographs of children
All in their silver frames
On the window sills and tabletops
Lit by candle flames
of reason that we hope to find
Are we a thought somewhere in god's mind
A work of art that he has never signed
No

Children and mirrors have no memory
to give
In this heart set loves,
That’s where my Christmas lives.

Snow on the window, asleep by the fire
Somehow these children never get tired
And stay by my side until morning is nigh

Be near me, Lord Jesus, I ask you to stay
Close by me for ever, and love me, I pray
Bless all the dear
and white.
You are the rich brown earth, and I'm the flowers that grow.

We'll have children (Lua), of the Kingdom (Joshua).
They won't be torn by war, nor
Different the world might be, if more parents would sing lullabies

Like this to their children."
We have cleared off the table
The leftovers saved
gone, the ground's turning cold
The stores one by one they're all folding
My children will go as soon as they grow
Well, there ain't nothing here now
The stores one by one they're all folding
My children will go as soon as they grow
Well, there ain't nothing here now to hold them
And my mailpouch is usually empty by then not always but just about
Except for an accosional letter and they all wait anxiously
With sad eyes that said
the fires that we walked through 
Against the odds we never lost our faith 

In our house we've made our home 
Where our children all have grown
I've ever done is gone and dead
As all things must surely have to end
And great loves will one day have to part
I know that I am meant for this world
My
the rainbow 
And once rode upon
Where is that shy and mysterious person
Oh where have I gone

I can remember I once said my prayers
But now I stand by
just to set it straight
Take control of your mind and meditate
Let your soul gravitate to the love y'all

People killing, people dying
Children hurt
There you stand in your dungarees
Looking all grown up and so very pleased
When you write your poems they have so much to say
When you speak your
says marry me,
Stones, we'll build ourselves a home,

Where loves a corner stone,
We'll have children, they'll have children,
until they run off
years now have gone by quickly
I still think of you from time to time
My wife died early, I've got children
I'm happy and my health is fine
I often
he passed away and they were
Sent off to a home. The children there did not have parents, were all
Alike and always staring, as they sat on chairs
In my memory, I will always see
The town that I loved so well
Where our school played ball by the gas yard wall
And they laughed through the smoke
In my memory, I will always see
The town that I have loved so well
Where our school played ball by the gas yard wall
And they laughed through