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Michael Chapman - Sometimes You Just Drive

Trees caught fire, sky turned red;
fish in the river turned up dead.
Water still rising, no sign of a storm;
the sun don't shine to keep us warm.
I sent a prayer, a prayer up to the Lord,
I'm still waiting, waiting on my reward.

Some rivers run deep, some run wide;
some run dark, their secrets to hide.
I sent a prayer, a prayer up to the Lord,
I'm still waiting, waiting on my reward.

Don't let it rain, don't let it pour;
don't let the wind blow through my door.
I sent a prayer, a prayer up to the Lord,
I'm still waiting, waiting on my reward.

How did I get here, lucky to be alive?
Sometimes you live, but sometimes you just drive.
I sent a prayer, a prayer up to the Lord,
I'm still waiting, waiting on my reward.