"Next Time You See Johnny" as written by Phil Madeira and Kenny Marks....
Bedtime, she sees her son on his knees
And the prayer that she hears
Through the door makes her feel at ease
"Jesus", she hears a young boy pray
"Could You bring back my daddy? ,
I know that You'll find a way.

And the next time You see daddy,
Tell him I'm alright and
There's a fire in my heart for him,
That's always burning bright
Tell him that I pray for him,
Each and every day."

Bedtime, where she taught him to pray
"Now I lay me down to sleep"
Where the words he would say.
"Jesus" she hears him again
And she faces the faith of a child
That's no longer pretend

And the next time You see daddy,
Tell him I'm alright and
There's a fire in my heart for him,
That's always burning bright
Tell him that I pray for him,
Each and every day."

Bedtime, in her room all alone
She feels the Presence of
Someone unseen, someone unknown
"Jesus" she hears herself start
Let the fire of forgiveness
Burn bright in this broken down heart

And the next time You see Johnny,
Tell him it's alright and
There's a fire of forgiveness,
That's always burning bright
There's Someone he can pray to
Each and every night."


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"Next Time You See Johnny" as written by Phil Madeira Kenny Marks

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