Mary Morgan

Mary Morgan

 Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA
BandChristianCountry

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Brand New Home (Ponies in Heaven)

Written By: Mary Morgan

Brand New Home (or Will There Be Ponies in Heaven)

Verse I:
Will there be ponies in heaven?
Will we be able to fly?
Can we slide down a rainbow?
Do the flowers ever die?
Will I see my old dog there?
Will Grandpa even know my name?
Will the sun always be shining?
Will we still have rain?
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CHORUS
God said heaven is a place,
There are no more tears
And no one ever dies;
So much love we’ll be amazed,
At all the things we see
Before our eyes;
Nothing in this old world will compare
To our brand new home over there.
 Verse 2:
 
Will there still be snow in heaven?
Will we need to sleep at all?
Will it be like one big party,
In a grand old banquet hall?
Will our bodies grow old there?
Are the streets made of gold?
Will we live in a mansion?
Is the weather hot or cold?

Taken to the Grave

Written By: Mary Morgan

Taken to the Grave
by Mary Morgan
 
VERSE I
Hey there kid
You Say the pledge of Allegiance
Like I always did;
They’re just words..to you
Nothing’s really sinking through.

And just like me
You sit in history
Bored because;
We don’t get What freedom was
To those who fought for us.

Words only tell a story,
Sometimes stories don’t get through;
Maybe it’s only me
But I think we all should be:
 

Taken to the Grave,
Taken where the soldiers lay;
Taken where the
Mothers had to say
One last goodbye;
Taken to the Grave
to see what price was paid;
For every sacrifice
Gave us a better life;
Taken to the Grave
 
  
VERSE II
 
Hey old Man
Sittin there with Tears
in your eyes;
The Veteran Service
Is taking you way back in time;

Your rememberin
your bretherin
Who you saw die;
You were there.
You paid that price.

Words only tell a story
Sometimes stories don’t’ get through;
Maybe it’s only me
But I think we all should be:

Taken to the Grave,
Taken where the soldiers lay;
Taken where the
Mothers had to say
One last goodbye;
Taken to the Grave
to see what price was paid;
For every sacrifice
Gave us a better life;
Taken to the Grave