tuesday tunes

“we’re flowing in the same direction that he’s moving” -david

I’m so obsessed with music and i’ve always been a words person. i feel i should have studied linguistics or something. finding my way back to french though with my rosetta stone [woohoo]. and this past tuesday was such an amazing day for contemporary christian music. My 2 favs were: Lindsay McCaul [the lyrics below from one of my favorite songs from her debut] and All sons and daughters [the above video]. take some time and listen to each of these artists. read about the stories behind the songs and be moved as much as I was.

Say my name -Lindsay McCaul

tried to turn my head around
For too long just to see it now
And I can’t erase any mistake
And looking back for one more glance
Never made a second chance
I cradle the pain
Regret that remains

I play it over and over differently
But it’s over ‘cause You said I am free

You say my name and tell me I can walk away
From all my fears and yesterday
I can hear You calling
You say my name and tell me there’s a better place
Lead me to Your sweet embrace
I can hear You calling

Drinking from a bitter well
Wishing for a fairy tale
I thought we agreed
How it should be
So now I am an afterglow
Too afraid to let it go
I need to believe
There’s more than I see
I play it over and over differently
But it’s over ‘cause You said I am free

You say my name and tell me I can walk away
From all my fears and yesterday
I can hear You calling
You say my name and tell me there’s a better place
Lead me to Your sweet embrace
I can hear You calling

lyrics from newreleasetuesday.com

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