"Intervention Divine" as written by Jeffrey Dale Boyet, Aaron M. Sain and Kelly Jay Shiver....
Sarah's screaming,another daddy's leaving
How can that much hurt be justified
Frankie's a dealer his nickname is "The Healer"
He makes a living helping people die
Babies making babies,people going crazy
Andy's new best friend's a forty five

[Chorus:]
Circle us with angels,walk us through the danger
Give us light to get us through the valley
full of shadows
and Deliver us from evil,we are only people
You know we can't make it on our own
O Lord,we need intervention divine

Michael is surfin',revenge at school is certain
He's clicking www.bomb
Street gang invasion,we've become a
dead-bolt nation
Security and innocence are gone
We're still discriminating,we're angry and
we're hating
We're living in a modern Babylon

[Chorus]

From America to Asia, Europe to Australia
We're on our knees, Lord hear your children cry

Chorus Echos
Our Father in heaven,hallowed be thy name
Forgive us,and lead us
O Lord we need...

[Chorus]


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"Intervention Divine" as written by Jeffrey Dale Boyet Aaron M. Sain

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Spirit Music Group, MIKE CURB MUSIC

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    General CommentThese lyrics really hit home. It's what the world needs most when times are the hardest. This song showcases how mature young Kaci can be. I get goosebumps when I hear the "Michael's surfin'" line. This really is a song that makes you open your eyes.
    Simplisticon June 16, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti totally agree with u one this song...it really does hit home....it means alot to me too because i've lost 6 of my friends in the past 4 years....i think it's a great song and i think whoever wrote it really knows what they were talking about.
    baby42016on July 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentGreat song, my top favorite Kaci song. It really does hit home, as said with this line, "We've become a dead-bolt nation." Remember that this song came before the Black-Eyed Pea song (I had my friend listen to this and she said 'omg what a rip-off of BLE!' I rolled my eyes really hard) Anyway, I recommend this song for any 'moment' ocassaion.
    tigereyes8809on July 02, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti like the police action before the song starts. very motivating.
    pyramidhead138on August 17, 2006   Link

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