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Don't You Dare

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Don't You Dare

Don't You Dare

To heaven are we sent or does God take;
A special machine does He have to make
Which is invisible and we can never see
And always says you must trust in Me.

What you need, God always does give;
Not alone by yourself will you have to live;
God has become my body's battery
Even tough outside it is cold and chattery.

If all of my energy, I were to exert
And my body and bones began to hurt
My true God will always be there
With comfort and compassion He will share.

God, to me, each day does make this proposal;
Every thing I made will be at your disposal;
Not only will I let nature take her course
I will kept the rest of my rules in force.

Through your faith in Me must accept them all
And each time that you stumble, trip and fall
For you, I always will consistently be there,
But to give in to the devil, don't you dare.

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