"Send Out A Prayer" as written by and Mary/lacy Tiller....
You try to say that nothing's wrong
but my heart can feel right through your camaflouge
don't try to tell me you'll be strong
I've been there too I know this road is hard oh yeah

when the ache feels stronger
than the strength you feel inside
it's there in your weakness
his grace will abide

Just let me send out a prayer, a cry
for help to heaven from me
Just let me send out a prayer,
Speak hope into despair for you

Let me send out a prayer for you
We're to help each other, weather these storms together
In the name of love.
That's what friends are all about. Here to help each other out.
When the push comes to shove. Ohhh.

I'll pray you through anything that you face.
Don't worry about a thing. 'cause I'll plead your case.

Just let me send out a prayer a cry,
for help to heaven from me. (Send down a prayer, send down a prayer)
Just let me send down a prayer
speak hope into despair for you

No need to worry 'cause I'm in your corner.
No matter how the road may turn. (May turn, ooo yeah, mmmm)

I'll pray you through anything that you face
Don't worry about a thing 'cause I'll plead your case.

Send out a prayer, a cry
for help to heaven from me. (A prayer away, A prayer away)
Just let me send out a prayer, a cry
for help to heaven from me.(Send out a prayer, send out a prayer)
Send out a prayer for you, send out a prayer for you



Lyrics submitted by Cecil4029

"Send Out a Prayer" as written by Ty Lacy Mary Tiller

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General Commenti love this song. it goes deeper into chrisitianity than just loving god, its also about loving everyone around you. my dad always said, as long as you have one good friend in your life, you're doing well.
    surferposeron April 20, 2003   Link

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