There is always hope, came the thought
Faith, hope and courage cannot be bought
Leaving the house I stepped into the cold
Gathering my courage I tried to be bold
The news exclaimed, don't leave the house
But the little food I had couldn't feed a mouse
So, I am on a mission for scavenging food
To bring home to a ravenous, hungry brood
I wave to an empty bus passing silently by
Staring at lifeless sidewalks in the eerie, lonely night
Reaching the store, searching for toilet paper
Empty shelves? hey! did someone pull a caper?
I ask the stock boy is there more in the back?
He said if there were you might get jacked
He hollers newspaper might work, just go and get some
if you don't mind news print all over your bum
I dropped my groceries and gave him a wedgie
Then gathered my goods including the spaghetti
Paying the cashier I stepped out in the gloom
To overhear a stranger proclaim all is not doomed
I stopped and cried "Did you hear the lastest?"
If only the old people die it will be the greatest!
The hospitals are filled and the bodies are many
Though it's hard to conceive in this land of plenty
"Ahh! I Am a Prophet and I See Great, Glorious Light."
That Will Flow Over The Earth and Obliterate This Blight
I See The Power of God Saving Wretched Souls
For I Have a Vision That All Shall Behold
Archangel Michael's Mighty Angels Assemble
Blasting The Dark Shadows, Making Them Scurry and Tremble
Jesus Christ And Angels Have
Hearing Jehovah's Voice Cry
Let This Sickness Be Bound
The Power Of Light, Love And Might Shall Heal
I Abolish This Darkness By God's Grace, Divine Power And Will