The Girl With The Weight of the World In Her Hands – a Song About Hera Reporting The Attacks on Her Family, Herself and the Impending Attack on Humanity

 

Lyrics to the Girl with the Weight of the World in Her Hands

She won’t recover from her losses,
She’s not chosen this path, but she watches who it crosses
Maybe move to the right, maybe move to the left
So we can all see her pain she wears like a banner on her chest
And we all say it’s sad, and we think it’s a shame
And she’s called to our attention, but we do not call her name,
The girl with the weight of the world in her hands.

We’re busy with our happiness, busy with our plans
I wonder if alone she wants it taken from her hands
But if things didn’t get any harder
She might miss her sacred chance to go a consecrated martyr,
The girl with the weight of the world in her hands.

I wonder which saint that lives inside a bead
will grant her consolation when she counts upon her need
It makes us all angry though we feign to care
But who will be the scale to weigh the cross she has to bear,
The girl with the weight of the world in her hands.

“Is the glass half-full or empty?” I ask her as I fill it
She said it doesn’t really matter, pretty soon you’re bound to spill it.
With the half logic language of the sermon she delivers
And the way she smiles so knowingly at me gives me the shivers
I pull the blanket higher when I’m finally safe at home 
And she’ll take a hundred with her, but she always sleeps alone, (means she dies alone, although many die with her, in fact her children, and husband die first, then the men who murder her are tortured and killed, then the entire of humanity is attacked by the Reptilians on the ground and the Greys in the sky.)
The girl with the weight of the world in her hands.

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