Fearless people, careless needle, Harsh words spoken and lives are broken…

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A Prayer For The Dying by Seal from the “Bring It On” Album

Good song for a rainy day. Dedicated to the Obama Administration:

Fearless people, careless needle
Harsh words spoken and lives are broken
Forceful ageing, help me I’m fading
Heaven’s waiting, it’s time to move on

Crossing that bridge with lessons I’ve learned
Playing with fire and not getting burned
I may not know what you’re going through
But time is the space between me and you
Life carries on, it goes on

Just say die and that would be pessimistic
In your mind we can walk across the water
Please don’t cry it’s just a prayer for the dying
I just don’t know what’s got into me

Been crossin’ that bridge with lessons I’ve learned
Playing with fire and not getting burned
I may not know what you’re going through
But time is the space between me and you

There is a light through that window
Hold on say, “Yes”, While people say, “No”
Life carries on, it goes on

I’m crossing that bridge with lessons I’ve learned
I’m playing with fire and not getting burned
I may not know what you’re going through
But time is the space between me and you

There is a light through that window
Hold on say, “Yes”, While people say, “No”
‘Cause life carries on, it goes on
It goes on, life carries on

When nothing else matters
When nothing else matters
I just don’t know what’s got into me
It’s just a prayer for the dying, for the dying

Songwriters
SEAL, ISIDORE, L. COLEMAN, W. MELOVIN

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Lyrics © DOWNTOWN MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC

Read more: Seal – Prayer For The Dying Lyrics | MetroLyrics

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