The illustrious king of a country fair
There was once a king who sat on his throne,
Twirling his ring and pondering his kingdom
With a wrinkled worried face and he felt all alone.
Many protests and marches have taken place —
His country is frightened and all look to him as to his
Home they race.
Oh, King, protect us from evil around
We hope and pray that peace will abound
People have their issues and have a right to protest,
But violence and shouting by so many
Will never help to be heard but time we must invest,
May this kingdom be once again a country so fine —
For all ages and for all time.