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INVISIBLE PEOPLE

I saw him standing on the corner
At 12th and Rio Grande
He was raging and preaching
with a bottle in his hand
I couldn't understand what he was trying to say
I pretended not to hear as I looked the other way

There's a woman dressed in rags
With hardly any food to eat
She carries all her earthly treasures through the dusty city streets
She walks for miles to find some comfort in shoes she found somewhere
and I search my heart for answers
What can I do but say a prayer

Lord, help me to see the Invisible People
Those sacred lives You meant for something better
I'll be Your hands, Your feet, Your voice
For those who feel they have no choice
Have no choice
Help me to see the Invisible People
Help me to love the Invisible People

He was young once with a family
And life was good to him
Until he was sent off to a war
Where he lost a precious limb
And if that wasn't enough he thought he's lose his mind
And what for? when the welcome home was so unkind

She dined with influential leaders and she wore the finest clothes
Her home was warm with children's laughter
Until the dreadful day arose
She lost every costly thing that meant anything to her
Earthly disaster took it all away
She wanders lost, this Sister and Mother

Lord, help me to see the Invisible People
Those sacred lives You meant for something better
I'll be Your hands, Your feet, Your voice
For those who feel they have no choice
Have no choice
Help me to see the Invisible People
Help me to love the Invisible People

Help me to see, help me to love, help me to touch the Invisible People

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