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Hindsight

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Hindsight

I Should Have Said a Prayer for You
I Put it off Too Long, I Guess
I Had a Million Things to Do
And You Were in a Real Mess

You Have to Know I Cared
It Just Breaks My Heart to Think
You Were So Low it Was Too Late
You Had Finally Reached the Brink

Now They All Say Prayers for You
Some Have Not Prayed Often
But for Me I Think It's Worse
As They Close the Lid upon Your Coffin

How Shall I Live with Me
I Called Myself Your Friend
But I Wasn't There for You
When You Reached the End

So If You Have a Friend
Be There If They Call
I'm Here to Tell You If You Don't
You Will Have No Peace at All


Connie Moore

August 16, 1992

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