I should have seen the sun.
Felt the rays, all warm and steady.
But my mother she wasn't ready
And wanted me undone.
Oh I'd love to have seen the sun,
My life all wrapped up in twelve weeks
I must protest, but I can not speak.
But time for me its course has run.
Why could I not have seen the sun?
Was it the time? The money you'd pay?
Or maybe I was too inconvenient to stay?
But in this a choice I had none.
I never got to see those rays.
Before my life was taken from me.
With no law on my side I could plea,
Mommy, Daddy, your choice, it pays.