Peace in my heart (John Farndon)




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Published on Apr 6, 2012

Peace in my heart from 'Dreamweaver' - vocals and piano Siri; music, lyrics and trombone John Farndon
Oh this world seems so harsh
Yes, it's too cruel by far
There's injustice and pain everywhere
In this wide, dark abyss
Where so much seems amiss
How can we find peace in our hearts?

A child loses his fight
For a morsel of food
And his sister lies dying nearby
As the famine unwinds
Blighting each life it finds
How can they find peace in their hearts?

When the deathwind unfurls
From the suicide bomb
And the bodies fly bleeding and maimed
And an old man can't pray
For his child blown away
How can he find peace in his heart?

In the rooms of our town
A young girl from the east
Is battered and bartered for men
As she whimpers each day
For her home far away
How can she find peace in her heart?

In a world of such pain
My own upset is small
Yet it's all too painful for me
Is it part of God's plan
For revenge against Man
To deny us the peace in our hearts?

But it's my firm belief
That amidst all this grief
A bright flame burns inside of us all
When it seems I can't cope
I hold on to that hope
That one day I'll find peace in my heart
With you I'll find peace in my heart.



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