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A father kneels and starts to pray (whoa) For
The son that he can't save (Oh no) He would
Do anything to take his place But you know
Sometimes it's hard to understand mysterious
Ways (whoa) So the chariot took him home
Now he's running through the streets of gold
He is swimming on the crystal seas Can't you
See? He will wait there for you and me A
Mother kneels and starts to weep (whoa) For
The children she won't see (oh no) And she
Worked every single day of the week to care for
Her young But on that hospital bed she waits
To die alone So the chariot takes her home
She is welcomed in the arms of love And she
Is seeing all the beautiful things she dreamed
Of And she is waiting to greet all of us Don't
Wait too long Today could go wrong Don't
Wait too long to know Will the chariot take
You home? Are we running down the streets
Of gold? Are we singing by the crystal seas
You and me? The gift of love has set you free



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