"Les Invisibles" as written by and Orenda Fink....
I make it each day
With the help of the good lord
But late night
I comb the streets
Looking for a way to feed

Hell came in the way
Of a war and a child
They never returned
He never returned

We raise our hands and pray
Les invisibles
We hold our heads in shame
Les invisibles

And as my weathered hands
Cracked and colored
With years of pain
Of the broken hearted
Frame their plates
Of white and gold
You take no note of your warm presenter
Would you like to know what I've done for dinner
And why I've outlived my boy?

Justice serve it to you
You've waged this war
The rich wage wars
The rich take more

We raise our hands and pray
Les invisibles
We hold our heads in shame
Les invisibles

We raise our hands and pray
Les invisibles
We hold our heads in shame
Les invisibles

We raise our hands and pray
Les invisibles
We hold our heads in shame
Les invisibles


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"Les Invisibles" as written by Orenda Fink

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