5/6/2022 – Song: The thing is that I don’t have a home

A well known Ukrainian group called, “One In A Canoe”, produced this heart-felt song capturing the tragedy of families pulled apart by the unprovoked Russian aggression. The song came out in 2019, and now with this gripping video is gaining again popularity:

Справа в тому
– The thing is
– That I don’t have a home
– And according to the rule of good taste
– As with the good belt rule
– I’ll remember what tribe I’m from
– I’ll remember which city
– I’m waiting for my Grammy
– I just don’t have a place to sit
– Write your own speech:
– I don’t have a home
– I don’t have a home
– I don’t have a home

– And people are like this, people are like this for the hundredth time
– For a day in your concrete honeycomb!
– And where they hide, dry
– First-class, second-class people?
– And people are like this, people are like this by the hundreds
– In tandem with their own high-rises
– From the third, seventh Hertz-Hertz
– They fill everything with meanings-meanings…

– The thing is
– That I don’t have a home
– Now I’ve never done anything to anyone –

4 responses to “5/6/2022 – Song: The thing is that I don’t have a home”

  1. I wept and prayed again for so many who have suffered separation and injury and death.

    Father we can cry out” How long must this war go on? Have mercy and please intervene and stop the evil ones schemes”

    We cling to your promises that you will bring good out of evil, beauty out of ashes and that Christ’s kingdom Will grow and he will be glorified.

    Continue to bring comfort and help to the Ukrainians in the powerful name of Jesus amen

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  2. Hebrews- “We do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses…
    “One man said to Jesus, ‘Teacher, I will follow you wherever you go.’ Jesus said to him, ‘Foxes have holes, birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay His head.” (Matt/ Luke)

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