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God’s Princess – Song Lyrics about Child Abuse

Filed in Collaborative Lyrics, Sad Poetry by on June 26, 2017 0 Comments • views: 2242

Gods Princess - Lyric Poem about the Horror of Child AbuseSong Lyrics about Child Abuse: This was the second song we wrote together. Our last song was a light topic, fun in nature, so this time we decided to tackle a sad, serious and unfortunately all too real subject – child abuse. If we could keep all the children safe and warm, I know most of us would do so in a heartbeat. On a side note, this is not based on a true story or from any or our own personal perspective’s, and the character “Lorrie”, is fictitious for this song.

GOD’S PRINCESS

(VERSE 1)
A pattern of leaves cover the sidewalk
Which is layered in scribbled chalk
A lonely bicycle lies quietly in the yard
Looking at that place can be quite hard
We’ve all heard the terrible sad stories
But how come no-one heard little Lorrie

(CHORUS)
She cries tears in her darkened room
cuddled up with her teddy bear
does anyone even know she’s there
starring in her own nightmare,
It can’t be right to be scared like this
So she pretends she’s God’s Princess
held in his arms safe for the night
with his love,
at peace
she’s tucked in tight,

(VERSE 2)
In the living room, a family portrait
The air it hangs heavy, pain and hurt
On the wall, a childs praying hands
Can’t beleive no one made a stand
A neighborhood of tightly shut eyes
In the dead of night, you still hear cries

(CHORUS)
She cries tears in her darkened room
cuddled up with her teddy bear
does anyone even know she’s there
starring in her own nightmare,
It can’t be right to be scared like this
So she pretends she’s God’s Princess
held in his arms safe for the night
with his love,
at peace
she’s tucked in tight

(BRIDGE/VERSE to FINAL CHORUS)
A childhood stolen, entirely missed
what will happen to God’s Princess
will she go home before she’s grown
or be saved from being alone…
by living angels who wipe her tears
as she cries in her darkened room
someone to be there
to erase her fears
rescuing her from this nightmare…
….but today she still cries,
and it’s not right to be scared like this
So she pretends she’s God’s Princess
held in his arms safe for the night
with his love and at peace
for one minute she’s alright,
until daylight…
will she go home before she’s grown
or be saved from being alone,

By Elvis Proctor & Barbara Tremblay Cipak

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