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Date Added: October 10, 2005 18:10:19 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Standing On The Hill


She stands on the hill
She's lost her will to live,
Overlooking the rough,
Violent ocean waves below.

For many years
She suffered through pain,
Cried so many tears
Waiting for him.

Standing on the hill
Deciding to end it all,
The wind blows through her hair
When she looks up at the dark clouds.

The clouds part
And a ray of sun shines through
She hears a voice,
She didn't know what to do.

It is the Lord.

"Don't do it my child,
He stands over yonder
Waiting for you."

She turns and looks
And sees her love there,
Another life saved
By the power of love.


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Thank you Sherry.

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