"God Must Be Busy" as written by Michael Heeney and Clint Daniels....
That anchor man says the fight began
Somewhere in the Middle East, world prays for peace
There's a single mom just got laid off when they lost a job
To some foreign hands, some faraway land

Last night in Oklahoma some twister took thirteen
And they're praying that they find the missing three
God must be busy

That highway sign went from slow ahead to traffic's dead
Thought it couldn't get worse than that Amber Alert
They say she's four, Colorado plates headed out-of-state
In a Chevy van, it's hard to understand

You can see it in the faces of all those highway strangers
They're praying that God keeps that girl from danger
God must be busy

And I know in the big picture I'm just a speck of sand
And God's got better things to do than look out for one man
I know he's heard my prayers 'cause he hears everything
He just ain't answered back or he'd bring you back to me
God must be busy

At evening news ain't much changed
Pretty much the same since I left home
Yeah, that war's still on

They found that little girl
She was soaking wet, half scared to death on the side of some road
Them prayers work, you know

And the Bloods and Crips are at it
And there's a killer drought down south
And old folks can't afford the drugs they can't live without
God must be busy


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"God Must Be Busy" as written by Michael Heeney Clint Daniels

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    General CommentHee hee... busyyyyyyyyyy...

    I know it's not supposed to, but this song never fails to crack me up.
    CoyoteLongshoton June 07, 2008   Link

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