she’s a product of culture with her body all covered
with logos set in motion by the walk that she’s learned
on the shows of television, gaining attention is her mission
being the center of their vision and the subject of their thoughts

I wish her father would have told her
before she went and sold her body to the ones sitting behind a lit-up screen
I wish her father would have told her over and over that she is beautiful
that she is worth much more than an object of some fantasy
some sick dream

find me a reason she doesn’t cry
when her skins mostly covered up by cameras and lights
I want to find her a reason not to trust her eyes
when they lie and tell her to be dissatisfied

she’s a covered up princess yes she would never have an inkling
that a King would one day love her with a splendor as the stars
she’ll be completely captivated - enamored by His face and
kept completely safe in His strong loving arms

I wish her father would have told her
before she went and sold her body to the ones sitting behind a lit-up screen
I wish her father would have told her over and over that she is beautiful
that she is worth much more than an object of some fantasy
some sick dream

find me a reason she doesn’t cry
when her skins mostly covered up by cameras and lights
I want to find her a reason not to trust her eyes
when they lie and tell her to be dissatisfied

do not trust your eyes
for they lie
do not trust your eyes
just be satisfied

I wish her father would have told her over and over that she is beautiful
that she is worth much more


Lyrics submitted by giannitj

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