August Mosco

August Mosco

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Pop - Religious | Chicago, Illinois, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

This composition is dedicated to the orphans of the Eternal Hope Charity Mission--Navi Mumbai, India---and all the orphans of the world.

Lyrics

Little ones--
--with fresh faces and eyes that shine so bright,
When they wake--
--they see each day so new in morning's light,
The innocence I see--
is just a burning plea,
To help, the Father now is calling me,

To pray for the children,
Deliver them and tend to each new need,
So, pray for the children,
We have just today--for their eternity,

Little ones--
--with tiny legs and feet that run so fast,
As they play--
--their worries wane while laughs and giggles last,
But little legs, you know--
need nourishment to grow,
Less food and shoes, how long are they to go?

(BRIDGE)
How long---can we look upon others?
The plight---of these sisters and brothers,
Neglect--is the "tepid heart's" sin,
For whatever we do
--for these children, its true,
THAT--we do unto Him!

Little ones--
--who'll never own a book or learn to write,
As they grow--
--they'll never hear the Word or see the Light,
It's up to you and me
--to be the light they see,
The Light of Christ is now what we must be,

And care for the children,
Deliver them and tend to each new need,
So, pray for the children,
We have just today-- for their eternity,

Song Length
4:35
Genres
Pop - Religious, Folk - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Tranquil, Moving

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Judgement


Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits August Mosco
Music Credits August Mosco
Producer Credits August Mosco
Performance Credits August Mosco/ Anabel Roda