Hello God

Album: Halos & Horns (2002)
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  • Hello, God?
    Are You out there?
    Can You hear me?
    Are You listenin' anymore?
    Hello, God?
    If we're still on speakin' terms
    Can You help me like before?
    I have questioned Your existence
    My resistance leaves me cold
    Can you help me go the distance?
    Hello God?

    This old world has gone to pieces
    Can we fix it?
    Is there time?
    Hate and violence just increases
    We're so selfish, cruel, and blind
    We fight and kill each other
    In Your name defending You
    Do You love some more than others?
    We're so lost and confused

    Hello, God?
    Are you out there?
    Can you hear us?
    Are you listenin' anymore?
    Hello, God?
    If we're still on speakin' terms
    Can You help us like before?
    Oh, the free will You have given
    We have made a mockery of
    This is no way to be livin'
    We're in great need of Your love
    Hello, God?

    (Hello hello)
    Hello, God?
    Can You grant us
    Love enough to make amends?
    (Hello, God)
    Is there still a chance
    That we could start again?
    Hello, God?
    We've learned our lesson
    Dear God, don't let us go
    (Hello, hello)
    More than ever
    Hello God?
    Hello, God?
    We really need You
    We can't make it without You
    (Hello, God)
    We beseech You
    In the name of all that's true
    Hello, God?
    Please forgive us
    For we know not what we do
    Hello, God?
    Give us one more chance
    To prove ourselves to You
    Hello, God?
    Hello, God? Writer/s: DOLLY PARTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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