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Sarah's waiting in a crown of silver hair
Maternal heart still aching
A promised ray of hope, a child to bear
No child is here, is this not fair?
Her labor of love has no device
Faithful in silent sacrifice
Has Heaven forgotten?
Is God still there?
He says, "Learn to trust me"
"I'll not forget you,
I'll not forget you,
I'll not forget you,
I'll not forget you"
Abraham is marking time as years go by
Hiding his pain in laughter
And every night he's counting stars that fill the sky
So sure his dream has passed him by
Doubting, his vision's not so clear
What did God say, what did I hear?
Has heaven forgotten?
Is God still there?
He says, "Learn to trust me"
"I'll not forget you,
I'll not forget you,
I'll not forget you,
I'll not forget you"
Ooooh!
Oh! And every day in pain, I wait
I can't help but wonder why
You promise me your love and say goodbye
Please don't say goodbye!
I'll not forget you
I'll not forget you
I'll not forget you
I'll not forget you, oh!
When you walk alone
When you break inside
(I'll not forget you)
When a loved one dies
(I'll not forget you
I'll not forget you)
When your youth is gone
(I'll not forget you
I'll not forget you)
Oh in an empty home
(I'll not forget you
I'll not forget you)
When your health has gone
(I'll not forget you)



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