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Trapped in simple conversation,
Hard getting past those old familiar lines,
Guarded hearts and with good reason
Say how are you, oh I'm doin' just fine;
They've said all that they can say,
Then they turn and walk away,
And the wounded hearts must wait another day.

CHORUS
Who cares when they're crying;
Who cares when they're all alone,
And no one knows how much they long
To find someone
Who cares that they're dying,
Who cares that the road is long,
And you could be the one to lead them
To the One who cares.

Captured by the rush of living,
So hard to hear our brothers' quiet cries,
But freedom comes when we are willing
To open up our hearts and realize
They've said all that they can say;
We can't turn and walk away,
'Cause the wounded hearts might not wait another day.

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The Father gave His Son
To show the world how much He cares,
And now it's up to us to let them know
He cares.

(chorus)



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