saw a kid on the street, begging for a dime
he's lost to the world, his family, his love and his life
its hard to sleep with nothing to eat and a habit
saw a business man, suit and tie
he bought up his happiness still has a hole inside
taking pills for all of his guilt and loneliness

well send us a saint
some truth in the wind
if it all has to end
I never wanna lose this feeling
a lover in love
if there's heaven above
I never wanna lose this feeling
beautiful girls hurts me the most to say
I never wanna lose this feeling, lose this feeling

saw an old woman in a kitchen line singing
you've got yours well baby it's time to get mine
she's been waiting her whole life for an answer
saw a preacher man, homemade sign he's
casting stones at the sick and the poor and the blind
can't even see that he is the one that needs saving

well send us a saint
some truth in the wind
if it all has to end
I never wanna lose this feeling
a lover in love
if there's heaven above
I never wanna lose this feeling
beautiful girls hurts me the most to say
I never wanna lose this feeling, lose this feeling

baby I, will never ever leave you behind
but time is a rushing in and running out
someday I, will learn to take it all in stride
but tomorrow has already passed us by

well send us a saint
some truth in the wind
if it all has to end
I never wanna lose this feeling
a lover in love
if there's heaven above
I never wanna lose this feeling
beautiful girls hurts me the most to say
I never wanna lose this feeling, lose this feeling





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    General CommentEventhough this song isnt even on the album and you need to get to the secret site to download it,this is the best song from the Guilt Show.
    chisox142on April 19, 2004   Link

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