We are all in this together

 We are all in this together, You and I;
    All of us must work whether we live and if we die.
    We are all in this together; black, red and white.


    All of us must work whether I’m wrong or in the right.
    We are all in this together; the young and the very old,
    All of us must work to tell the truth, it must be told.
    We are all in this together; rich and poor.
    All of us must work whether at home or out the door.
    We are all in this together, when we rise, and if we fall;
    All of us must work, whether we miss or catch the ball.
    We are all in this together, different or the same.
    All of us must work, whether we’re in or out the game.
    We are all in this together, all His children are we!
    All of us must work, why?  Because we are family!
    Can’t we work together and love each other? Only by His grace!
    All of us work together, we are but just one race.
    The Human Race; no black, red or white. All are precious in His sight!
    So, let us live and love each other. O God, please do let it be
    In our land, his land of liberty, only then will we be truly free!
    We are all in this together!
Cecelia Rusty Cook
Steelville