Wednesday, January 5, 2011

WhiteHeart Wednesday



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Maybe Today
WhiteHeart
I watched the news today in silence
Looks like the world
Is spinnin’ out of control
Reality seems so hard
Do I hear echoes of Isaiah
All the prophecies
Are come to one place
Maybe it’s time the end’s in sight
Why search the sky
They should be searchin’ inside

Maybe today
Maybe tomorrow
That’s not the question for me
No matter what time
I’m gonna follow
Keeper of all eternity

Heaven will always be there waitin’
Drama flows
Our Lord will return
You know that time will surely come
Until it does
So much work must be done

Maybe today
Maybe tomorrow
That’s not the question for me
No matter what time
I’m gonna follow
Keeper of all eternity

Maybe today
Maybe tomorrow
That’s not the question for me
No matter what cost
I’m gonna follow
Keeper of all eternity
Maybe today
Maybe tomorrow
That’s not the question for me
No matter what cost
I’m gonna follow
Keeper of all eternity

Maybe today
Maybe tomorrow

No matter what cost
I’m gonna follow

Maybe today
Maybe tomorrow


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8 comments:

  1. Love the album cover, I don't know if you were a fan but did you hear the sad news about Gerry Rafferty. One of Scotlands greatest singer songwriters.

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  2. Nice song. The first line "I watched the new today in silence" made me think of my husband and how he's always watching the news or reading the paper and always depressed about all the bad stuff going on everywhere. I NEVER watch the news and I'm a much happier person than he is :)

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  3. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ryan!!! Oh yes, "Baker Street" is one of my all-time favorite songs, but I didn't know that he was a Scot. So, I can suppose that it can be argued that I wasn't that big of a fan. For it I was, I would have surely known that. Anyway, another of your national treasures has passed on, but he will certainly live on through his music.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Ann!!! One the earliest arguments I got into with my wife was over her reference to ignorance being bliss. Over the years, I have softened my position on that somewhat.

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  5. Just stopping by to say hello. sandie

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  6. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Sandie!!!

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  7. I've never heard this before, Love It.

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  8. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear BadGal!!! I am really glad you enjoyed this.

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