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Point Of Grace
Point Of Grace


Информация
Откуда Arkadelphia, Arkansas, United States
Жанры Contemporary Christian music
Country
Годы 1991—н.в.
Лейблы Word Entertainment
Сайт Website
Состав
Shelley Breen
Denise Jones
Leigh Cappillino
Бывшие участники
Terry Jones
Heather Payne



Альбом Point Of Grace


No Changin' Us (02.03.2010)
02.03.2010
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Waiting for that other shoe to drop
And you swear this world's gonna come to a stop
Drowning on dry land a can't come up for air
Your knees are so weak and you look at that mountain
Say there's no way over and no way around it
And it feels like you're so far from home
Even God's not there
But

Chorus:
Oh but every single sparrow flying
And every broken soul that's crying
He can see yeah you're in His reach
If He can hold an ocean back with one little shore
Then what's all this worry and doubting for
Oh I believe He holds everything

When it's late at night and you're staring at the stack of bills
It don't add up and you don't know how it will
Clinging to your mother's faith with a half-hearted prayer
But you still don't know
When the anchor man breaks in on your TV
And says these times they won't be easy
And fear sets in and you wanna give in
Just let it go
Oh let it go

Every single sparrow flying
And every broken soul that's crying
He can see yeah you're in His reach
If he can hold an ocean back with one little shore
Then what's all this worry and doubting for
Oh I believe, yeah I believe He holds everything, he holds everything

. . .


She was the kind of girl that never quite fit in
Holes in her shoes and freckles on her skin
Every time she saw those school doors open wide
She'd wanna turn around and run back home and hide

She got used to being stuck at the back of the line
The kind that kept her head down
Most of the time
Secret dreams 'bout the boy in the high school band
And wake up thinking
She never had a chance

Chorus:
She's a wildflower
That's waitin' on a sunny day
Waitin' on the winds of change to blow
Just a red hot spark that's looking for a little flame, yeah
Trying to find the perfect place to grow
She's a wildflower

She makes a wish on every single star she sees
Yeah somewhere deep down she still believes
She prays every night before she goes to bed
Pretty soon her life is gonna change
She just doesn't know it yet

She's a wildflower
That's waitin' on a sunny day
Waitin' on the winds of change to blow
Just a red hot spark that's looking for a little flame, yeah
Trying to find the perfect place to grow
Yeah she's trying to find a place
She's a wildflower that's waiting on a sunny day
She's the secret that nobody knows
She's a wildflower, she's a wildflower, she's a wildflower

. . .


Oh you can see it when you close your eyes
A Norman Rockwell painting come to life
With all the colors of a stained-glass window
All the characters and old dogs and kin folk

And it smells like bar-b-que and old garden roses
Yells like cheerleaders and football coaches
And it walks like a mayor and it dances like a prom
And it sleeps like a porch and it cooks like your mama

Chorus:
Hometown, hometown
May be the sweetest word with the sweetest sound
Hometown

And it's growing like tomatoes on the vine
Fading like a Dr. Pepper sign
Still preaching like a Pentecostal
And fishing like a backslider
And pulling little sisters in bright red radio flyers

And it marches in the veteran's day parade
And it proudly lets old glory wave

It's rodeos and county fairs
All farris wheels and canned up pears
It'll let you go just to welcome you back
No it don't get no better than that

Our hometown, yeah your hometown, hey our hometown, your hometown

Oh you can see it when you close your eyes

. . .


What do you say to someone
Who feels like they've lost it all
Over the edge – with no one there to break their fall
And what do you say to someone
Who feels so unloved
Giving themselves away
A little bit everyday
Just to be good enough

And what do you say to a hopeless soul
Who can't remember their way home
And everything is out of their control

Chorus:
There is no valley
There is no darkness
There is no sorrow
Greater than the grace of Jesus
There is no moment
There is no distance
There is no heartbreak
He can't take you through
So before you think that you're too lost to save
Remember there is nothing greater than grace

What do you say to someone
Whose life is on the line
And they're unsure what happens after their last breath in time
What do you say to someone who's built a wall you can't break through
And it's so hard for them to hear the truth

What do you say to a life of regret
That's trying so hard to forget
What do you say to dreams unmet

Don't lose heart
Don't let go
Don't give up
You are not alone

. . .


The old homestead where your mama was raised is gone
Those hills we all remember as mountains don't seem so tall
Anything that doesn't move is covered with vines and rust
But oh, there's no Changin' us

There's a lot more city than country now in my hometown
And the black and white of what's wrong and right has been watered down
That road was gravel now it's blacktop
But oh, there's no Changin' us

Chorus:
'Cause I still love you the way I did back then
And you love me the same way you did when
We said we would and you know we did
'Cause we always have and we always will
They say that everything changes and it does
But oh, there's no changin' us

One day the lines on my face will reveal my age
And this story we're writing will come to the very last page
You know the hungry hands of time won't ever get enough
But oh, there's no changin' us

Oh, there's no changin' us

. . .


Here I go again it's another messy morning
Walk around the clothes that are covering the floor and
Take my kiss and coffee to go
Then put on my mascara while I'm driving down the road
I thought that I could do it all
Turns out I was crazy
Man I need an iPhone and a cleaning lady
We haven't had a date night in what seems like forever
It might take a miracle to get myself together

Chorus:
Oh I wish that there were more than
24 hours in a day
I haven't found it yet but there's gotta be a way
And I keep praying that
I can get everything done
And still have time for love
And a load of laundry

I'd sure like to relax laying in a bubble bath
But then I'd have to clean the tub and really who's got time for that
There goes my day dream I'm just wishful thinking
Oh shoot I'm running late, I gotta make it to a meeting

I've been waiting for this moment all day, just you and me
The lights are low, next thing I know
We're both drifting off to sleep

. . .


Last night I hit rock bottom, finally saw right through myself
Wasn't long 'till I called mamma, I wouldn't wanna call no one else
And I knew exactly what she'd say
But I wanted to hear it anyway...she said

Chorus:
What about Jesus? What about Jesus?
He's the answer you've been searching for
'Cause it's a long road, if you're walking it alone
Without Jesus, Jesus

We said goodbye and I went out driving
Running like I always do
Until I found that lonely back road
that wooden cross where I lost you
And I swore I'd never pray again
But mama's words were running through my head

I've asked so many questions
Since my world came crashing down
But the one that really matters
Just keeps on ringing out, over every doubt

Chorus:
What about Jesus? What about Jesus?
He's the answer you've been searching for
Oh, what about Jesus? What about Jesus?
He's the answer you've been searching for
'Cause it's a long road, when you're walking it alone
Without Jesus, Jesus

Opened up my grandma's Bible that she gave to me when I turned 16

. . .


We want it all, we want it now
We want life to be fair, everybody does
We lose ourselves under the faces
That we learn to wear, oh we just wanna be loved
We're so busy tryin' to find wonderland
We forget just what we've got right here in our hands

Chorus:
All I know is we gotta hold on to
The beautiful before it's gone
Life is a sidewalk Mona Lisa
And it breaks your heart when you see her
Wash away
It's all just chalk in the rain

We wanna laugh . . . we wanna live
We're dyin' for peace . . . in the worst way
When will we learn to trust each other
Have a little faith . . . and not be afraid
Every moment's fleeting . . . like a breath in the wind
The truth is we may never pass this way again

Let's slow down
Take a good look around
At what we got
Before the sky opens up

It's all just chalk in the rain...

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I'm trying to shave my legs
UPS is at the door
The kids are clownin' on the bed
The dog is scratchin' up the floor
Yeah - Everybody here's just a little crazy
In our hoop jumping, good-lovin' Big Top, Baby

CHORUS;
Oooo Hoo welcome to the party
Oooo Hoo we're just getting started
take a front row seat
or the back if you prefer
'Cause to me this three ring
is the best show on earth
Oooo hoo Oooo hoo

oh the baby's on my hip and the noodles are boiling over
little tommy just brought me a four leave clover
I'm spinnin' plates 'cause dinner's late and the phone keeps ringing
So I turn the radio up 'cause I feel like singing

CHORUS

There's toys in the yard and the house needs paintin'
And I'm pretty sure the neighbors all hate us
But the view sure looks nice from the front porch swing
I wouldn't trade it for anything, for anything

CHORUS (2X)

Welcome to the party oh welcome to the party
welcome to the party we're just gettting started

. . .


Devil's highway he's right beside me
Whispering in my ear
He drew the map and set the trap
But I'm the one that got me here
Made a mess of my whole life
Burned every bridge I crossed
Am I too far gone which way is home
How did I get so lost

Chorus:
I'm looking for a good place to turn around
And get off this road that I'm headed down
I've gotta find some peace of mind
Lord, send a sign somehow
I just need a good place to turn around

If You can hear me, I'm on empty
Forgive me of my past
For being hateful to every angel
You put into my path
For mama's tears and wasted years
And getting so off track
I'll do anything, is there any way
That You can take me back

In the dead of night I see a light
Shining up ahead
There's a parking lot, I had to stop
'Cause the little church sign says

Chorus:
Are you looking for a good place to turn around
And get off that road that you're headed down
You can find some peace of mind
What better time than now
Are you looking for a good place to turn around
This feels like a good place to turn around

. . .


This is for the weary and the weak
This is for the desperate and ashamed
This is for the hopeless hiding in the shadows
Cupping hands around a flicker of faith
This is for the ones who don't belong
This is for the silent castaways
This is for the sinner peeking through the stained glass
From a sidewalk in the cold, driving rain

We all fall down
We all need saving once in a while
You are not alone
We all lose faith
And lean on mercy but through our darkest night
He said He'd wait for us
Just come to Jesus

For anyone who's given up on God
For those who've tripped and fallen out of grace
For anyone who's looking
To the bottom of a bottle
For the strength to make it through another day

He did not come to raise the living
Or touch the eyes of those who see...

It was for the bitter and burned out
It was for the unforgivable
It was for the failure standing on the bridge
Because the guilt's too high a price to pay to live

. . .


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