"Jeremiah's Prayer" as written by and Marc William/altman Broussard....
Why did it have to end so soon
Why did you go away
Although I know it may never come true
I hope to see you some day
And I'll always remember
Those times that we shared
So if you're listening from up above, this is my prayer

You brought so much joy to this world of mine
Whenever I needed you came
A friend like you is so hard to find
Without you it won't be the same
And though many will try
No one can ever compare
So if you're listening from up above, this is my prayer

May the mountains rise to meet you
May the skies open wide
Know that in my heart, my friend
You will always be alive

There are so many things that I want you to know
So many words to say
And when he finally calls me home
I'll walk with you through those gates
So please remember me
Oh I promise I'll see you up there
I hope you're listening from up above, this is my prayer

May the mountains rise to meet you
May the skies open wide
Know that in my heart, my friend
You will always be alive

May the angels fly to greet you
You can see it all from up there
I know you're listening from up above
'cause this is and will always be my prayer
My prayer


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"Jeremiah's Prayer" as written by Marc Broussard Marshall N Altman

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    General CommentObviously, this song pretty well explains itself, but I think the lyrics are beautiful. This is just Marc having a conversation with his friend that he has just lost, telling him how important he was to him and everything.
    AmberLynnon April 14, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti had the privilage of seeing marc sing this live in augusta maine 2 years ago when he was touring with Maroon 5 and carbondale. its an awsomely powerful song and marc does quite well. ive been a fan of his since the show... excelent peice...
    wickedclown666on November 09, 2004   Link
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    General CommentMarc wrote this song after a friend of his died and performed it at his funeral a few years ago. This song is absolutely beautiful.
    cdavison March 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI thought this was about his grandfather's death.
    UhnointedFaithful1on August 20, 2006   Link

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