What more miracles are there to see,
For I have seen a flower and a tree.
I've seen the land and saw the sea,
I've seen a whale and I've seen a flea.
What other belief am I to maintain
For I've seen a rock and a mountain.
That I cannot serve Jehovah my God
After seeing the different types of dog.
I've seen the cloud like whitened snow,
And the colors of the rainbow.
I've seen the day and its sunlight,
And the night and its moonlight.
I've heard the tweets of different birds,
And the songs they sing without a word.
I've seen a black lion before,
And I've heard a white lion roar.
I've heard of a large mountain bat,
And under my bed lives Jimmy the rat.
Grandfather once adopted a rabbit,
And wonder who made its skills so legit.
What more miracles are there to see...
For I have seen mountains green and blue,
And a shooting star passing through,
And I've seen the adventures of your smile too?
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