If I were to change any one thing
Whether for the sake of my being
Or for what humanity’s seeing
I’d have a strong song to sing:
I would remove the arrogant pride,
And take away the brutality
Through humanity’s mentality
That all starts from the inside:
I would search the deepest of places
And find that which desires to hurt
And destroy the evilly perverse
That pain and sorrow traces
To every heart. I’d bust down the door
That’s holding back injustice’s cry
So to then let it scream, let it fly
To see to this life, there is more
Then only lust, me and self-pleasure,
That causes pain for many others.
Are we none more then sisters, brothers
In search of profound treasure?
We live in a God-made, lovely world
Full of beauty, majesty and light
Run by evil with no end in sight:
Our sin and our pride unfurl.
So I’d change the grief which causes the hate
I’d fight and I’d fight against said fate.
Is it not true, even through our pride,
That pain makes pain as joy makes joy?
For deep, yes deeper on the inside
The biggest of bullies is a crying, little boy.