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A Song of a Child's Fear - Lyrics
While reading to my little boy, the tale of Peter Pan.
He asked if daddy, he, and I, could live in NeverLand
I said that was a fairytale, and then I asked him why
And he said, “Mom in NeverLand you won’t grow old and die.”
He told me he was frightened that he’d be alone some day
That dad and I would one day both, grow old and pass away
Just like Grams and Grandpa did, he still can’t understand
And that’s why he would rather we’d go live in NeverLand.
I told him not to worry, I said he shouldn’t fear
If dad and I must leave him, that God is always near
And when we lose someone we love they’ve gone to be with Him
To live a life eternal in a land that knows no sin
He stared the ground and shook his head, and then went on to say
Will God be here like Santa Claus, and then just fade away?
So many things I once believed, I’ve found to be untrue
How am I to know God isn’t just a story too?
Well the only thing that I could say, was what my heart believes
That God is our Creator and The Master of all things
And when He calls us to Himself, on eagle’s wings we’ll fly
To be with God forever, in His castle in the sky
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