Leaves were falling
On sunrise road
I watched her mamma button her coat
But then I heard that little girl say
Can your kid come out and play?
I tried to swallow
The lump in my throat
Said we couldn’t wait
To bring him home

Aint it funny how we forget?
We were gonna call him chance

Oh my chance
He would’ve had eyes as blue as oceans
My chance
He would’ve been an angel from above
I would’ve sang him lullabies before he went to bed
But I missed
I missed
My chance

I bought him the cutest little shoes
Painted my room in pastel blues
But they said we were too young
To raise a son

Ooooh, but my chance
He would’ve had eyes as
Blue as oceans

My chance
He would’ve been an angel
From above
I would’ve sang him lullabies
Before he went to bed
But I missed
I missed
My chance

They promised
We’d never regret it
Until this day
Their words
Their words still hurt
We pray each day
That God will understand
But we never got
A second chance

Ooooohhhhh
Eyes as blue as oceans
He would’ve been an angel
From above
I would’ve sang him lullabies
Before he went to bed
But I missed
I missed
My chance

My angel
I would’ve sang him lullabies
Before he went to bed
But I missed
I missed my chance
He was my one
My only chance
I missed my chance…

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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