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How Many times a pop star can go under the knife
Seems to be the conversation makin' rounds tonight
And standin' at the bar two friends are looking for a fight
Over what the Bible says is wrong or right

When someone made a movie about Jesus on the cross
A Journalism war of what is truth and what is not
Was all that they could talk about every day for weeks
And do you think that's how he wanted it to be

Chorus
Lately I pray for a slow news day 'cause everything good's not bad enough for the front page
For every ten we lose we only hear of one that's saved
Sometimes I wanna hide away and pray for a slow news day

People are still good, that I always will believe
But these days it feels like everyone could use a little peace
Livin' in a world that's filled with fear and worry
It might be time for us to hear another story

Repeat Chorus

When I wake up I don't wanna see
Those headlines on the tv screen

Repeat Chorus

A slow News day



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