Originally written for portrait artist Rob Surrette, the song takes you to a city where a homeless person walks the streets looking for a place to sleep and then to a small village where children cry at night and mothers try to hush them because there is no food for them to eat.
The key lines in the song are these; "You know the world just might become a better place, if we could see each other face to face."
The song is a gentle call for compassion and a quite imitation to see the faces of sisters and brothers in the faces of the lonely and left out.
I don't know when this song will find it's way to a CD but you can download it right now. There will be more new songs in the weeks to come.
Download this new song or add it to a custom CD for your collection.