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My Distress Call


Been living with multiple fear
Unknown fright I must conquer
A trip might do the trick
Or I'll end up a nervous freak

From the bush I came forth
For a holiday further south
To explore the world if I may
And satisfy my curiosity

Airport bustle and hassles
Glad to pass the obstacles
Proudly I smiled and buckled my belt
Though hands shaky, damp with sweat

Higher than the clouds we soared
Then in unison my knees trembled
Plane shuddered and jerked with the wind
A most bumpy ride I thought was my end

Mayday! Mayday! I called in distress
Lord open up your gates, please
Have mercy, admit this sinful spirit
On earth, I did try doing my best

Eyes tightly closed I feel comforted
Knowing my pleas were often answered
I saw a vision of angels gliding
As they carried us to a safe landing.

How great thou art - Inspirational Song

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