A place where we’ll be safe.

Where do we find comfort when we’re hurting? For many, it is through song, through prayer, or through poetry…sometimes through all three together.

I pray this father-daughter duet brings you joy. I pray the words stir your soul and fill you with comfort. God’s peace.

Lyrics to “The Prayer,” written by Carole Bayer Sager and David W. Foster

I pray you’ll be our eyes

And watch us where we go

And help us to be wise

In times when we don’t know

Let this be our prayer

When we lose our way

Lead us to a place

Guide us with your grace

To a place where we’ll be safe

La luce che tu hai (I pray we’ll find your light)

Nel cuore resterà (And hold it in our hearts)

A ricordarci che (When stars go out each night) L’eterna stella sei (Whoa)

Nella mia preghiera (Let this be our prayer)

Quanta fede c’è (When shadows fill our day)

Lead us to a place (Guide us with your grace)

Give us faith so we’ll be safe

La forza che ci dà (We ask that life be kind)

È il desiderio che (And watch us from above)

Ognuno trovi amor (We hope each soul will find) Intorno e dentro a sé (Another soul to love)

Let this be our prayer

Just like every child

Need to find a place

Guide us with your grace

Give us faith so we’ll be safe


  1. Island Traveler · October 28, 2020

    Beautiful inspiration. Thanks 🙏

    Liked by 1 person

    • Shari Swanson · October 28, 2020

      I woke up with this music playing in my head and had to keep singing it to myself until I could recognize the tune. Then, when I listened to the video, it soothed my soul, and I thought maybe others would enjoy it, too. That’s the first time I can remember my dreams giving me a soundtrack for the day. Sweet dreams for sure!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. BILL MORRIS · April 20, 2021

    if you are redeemed and your name is in The Lambs Book of Life, rest assured … yoe are SAFE! Lift your hands and PRAISE HIM FOREVER!


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