"Mother's Prayer" as written by John Feldmann and Tony Lovato....
I wonder if you're alone up there
Since you've been gone, I've been alone down here
She told me that I would be OK
Now I don't believe, what she had to say

When she said don't worry, and you'll be fine
It's only a matter, a matter of time
As she sits back and finishes her wine
She prays to the lord I'll be fine

Now days have passed, and weeks have too
All I think about is how I miss you
She told me that I would be OK
But I feel the same that I felt that day

When she said don't worry, and you'll be fine
It's only a matter, a matter of time
As she sits back and finishes her wine
She prays to the lord I'll be fine
She prays to the lord I'll be fine

He don't know what he has done
Mother prays to the lord above
Lord please save my sons
He don't know what he has done
(The damage has been done to them)
She prays to the lord above
Lord please save my sons

She says don't worry, and you'll be fine
It's only a matter of time
She says don't worry, and you'll be fine
It's only a matter, a matter of time
As she sits back and finishes her wine
She prays to the lord I'll be fine
She prays to the lord I'll be fine
She says don't worry, and you'll be fine
It's only a matter of time
It's only a matter of time


Lyrics submitted by JeremiahsStalker

"Mother's Prayer" as written by Tony Lovato John Feldmann

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI love this song and I think it just means that mothers do care while were out running theu're at home hoping they'll see us again.
    Finch_Rockson December 04, 2001   Link
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    General Commentanyone else think maybe this song pertains to death?
    the loss of a loved one.
    fersheezyon April 19, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about his mom dying and he's singing about what she used to do and he's remembering her fondly and missing her.
    rufiosuxon April 24, 2002   Link
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    General Commentcall it what you want, but i actaully had tears when they played this song at the show.
    fersheezyon April 25, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love Mest!!! But this song is just too f***ing slow, and the lyrics are crapp... sorry dudes.
    dave_ddcon May 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis isnt sbout his mother dying. At the show, I think he said that its just for anyone who lost someone, not his own mom. He also dedicated it to one of his freinds who died in a car crash a few days before the show.
    TheGetUpEmoKid41on May 12, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think "Finch Rocks" is a little dense...I agree with fersheezy, and anyone else for that matter, who agrees that it pertains death, more specifically his mother dying. "Its only a matter, a matter of time" til he sees her again, I think. And to the person who said it's too slow and the lyrics sucks is gay. So is the guy with the name "Rufiosux"...he "sux"....
    The1AndOnlyJanelleon May 30, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI just downloaded this song, its good, i think it does have to do with someone dieing.
    disturbed_childon May 31, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwow, The1AndOnlyJanelle, did you just come in here to be an ass? The song can have a different meaning for different listeners. Don't judge people based on what they like, it's what they like. You don't have to, and you can also lay off. I think this song definitely pertains to the death of a loved one, particularly the lyricists mother, but it can apply to anyone who was loved and lost. It's wonderful lyrically and melodically, and while a lot of Mest is better fast, this song is accentuated by it's slow tempo. That's my opinion. Later.
    antiaverageon June 06, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTony's mom did not die!!!
    TheGetUpEmoKid41on June 08, 2002   Link

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