Category Archives: Music

Lament

My brother posted this song on Facebook today and it really  hit home, especially after yesterday’s events.  I wanted to post the words and a link to the song.  Take a listen.  It made me weep.  We need God…we cannot wait.


Listen to “Lament” by Robbie Seay Band here















Lyrics to Lament (We Cannot Wait) by Robbie Seay


We’ve seen mothers bury sons  
And were begging You to come, Oh, oh, oh 
The broken fill our towns
And the hopeless shout aloud, Oh, oh, oh


We cannot wait, We cannot wait, Oh, we cannot wait 


When the poor are thrown aside 
The sick are left to die, Oh, oh, oh, oh 
We need Your grace, oh God, Your grace, oh God, We need Your grace 
We cannot wait, oh God, Your grace, oh God, We need Your grace 
You are here, Your Kingdom come 
Rescue us from all we’ve done 
Help us move and be the love 
Save us now from all weve done 


Weve seen mothers bury sons 
And we are begging You to come 
We are begging You to come, God, come 
Sing oh, oh, oh, oh

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