"Just a Kid" as written by Donald Ewing Ii and Kent Blazy....
Well, the news spread through Jerusalem, tonight a child is born
There are shepherds fallin' to their knees, and Angels blowin' horns
But in their golden halls the Pharasees
Scoffed and drank their wine
They said it's only Hebrew prophecy
We don't care and besides, He just a kid
That's all He is
One more pebble in the gravel, one more rumor in the rabble
How can He be king, he's just a kid

Well in no time He seen the world was knockin' on His door
Performed miracles and wonders they had never seen before
Soon the Pharasees stopped laughin
The silver sun was paid
And near the end He knelt down in the garden and He prayed, I'm just a kid

That's all I am
I'll need Your strength too see me through it
If it is Your will I'll do it
But how can I be king, I'm just a kid?

Now I think about the Baby and the Man at Christmas time
Of mothers, sons and fathers and children just like mine
About the power in unselfishness, love and sacrifice
The Gift that we were given and the price

And how the news spread through Jerusalem, tonight a child is born
There are shepherds fallin' to their knees, and angels blowin' horns
I wonder how on Earth the Pharasees, could scoff and drink their wine
And say He's only Hebrew prophesy
We don't care and besides He's just a kid
That's all He is
One more pebble in the gravel, one more rumor in the ravel
And how can He be king, he's just a kid

Oh, how can He be king?
He's just a kid
Ooh


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"Just a Kid" as written by Kent Blazy Donald Ewing Ii

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