JAMES OTTO lyrics - Sunset Man

Where Angels Hang Around

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A hundred miles out of Little Rock Windshield full of rain I-40 eastbound drivin' while I pray She's asleep in the backseat Holdin' tight to her teddy bear She's got her daddy's smile and her momma's hair But one word knocked our lives off track Just one word keeps us comin' back Chorus: Across the Mississippi A mile or two from Beale Street Not too far from Graceland Where the king of rock and roll sleeps To a place for children Where God sends his mercy rainin' down In the heart of Memphis Where angels hang around All the deals I've made with God The conversations that we've had Tryin' to accept things I could not understand I wanna walk her down the aisle While those church bells ring See her get the chance To live all her dreams But one word knocked our lives off track Just one word keeps us comin' back Chorus So sleep tight baby while these four wheels roll 'Cause just beyond the clouds there's a ray of hope There's a place for children Where God sends his mercy rainin' down In the heart of Memphis Where angels hang around

Jubilee

Card Michael "Joy In The Journey"
They grew tired of bread form heaven And of Moses and of God They longed to live the life of slavery once again So they muttered and they grumbled And they wimpered and they whined; With each faithless word, sank deeper into sin He took the pen of pain once more To write upon their hearts The lesson they had been so slow to learn But writing in the sand, the firey serpents came to call With a holy message and a bite that burned Chorus: Lift up the suffering symbol And placve it high upon a pole Tell the children to look up and be made whole So Moses made a metal snake, And nailed it to a pole Sent out the saving word so they would know That the symbol of their suffering was now the focus of their faith and with a faithful glance, the healing power would flow In time the brazen serpent became an idol in the land And they left the living God to worship clay When they forgot their suffering Soon true faith had disappeared So some idolize a brazen cross today Chorus(X4) Tell the children to look up and be made whole

Holly

ANDY WILLIAMS "Love, Andy"
(Hummed intro) The harbor lights were shining, The moon was at its high. The captain said, Thank God we're home! We've drunk the barrels dry. The mizzen mast was shaken, And the lanterns all burned low, I'd never thought we'd make it But we've twenty leagues to go So blow you southern trades And guide me safely to the shore, I'll never ever gonna sail The seven seas no more CHORUS: I don't want to miss the sand in my hair, The roll of the tide and the salt in the air Deep inside it's true I'm a home lovin' man Comin' on home to you I don't want to miss the wind in my eyes, The shimmerin' light when the seagull flies Lo, I've traveled far I'm a home loving man, Home is where you are The crowd upon the quayside Their faces long and drawn Are suddenly awakened As we sail in on the dawn The wives, the sons, the lovers, Who never gave up hope All breathe a sigh together As they reach to catch the rope God bless you, southern trades, You got me safely back this time Oh, you'll never have the need again To save this soul of mine CHORUS REPEAT CHORUS: Yes, I don't want to miss the sand in my hair, The roll of the tides and the salt in the air Deep inside it's true I'm a home lovin' man Comin' on home to you... FADE

Home Lovin' Man

ANDY WILLIAMS "Alone Again (Naturally)"
(Hummed intro) The harbor lights were shining, The moon was at its high. The captain said, Thank God we're home! We've drunk the barrels dry. The mizzen mast was shaken, And the lanterns all burned low, I'd never thought we'd make it But we've twenty leagues to go So blow you southern trades And guide me safely to the shore, I'll never ever gonna sail The seven seas no more CHORUS: I don't want to miss the sand in my hair, The roll of the tide and the salt in the air Deep inside it's true I'm a home lovin' man Comin' on home to you I don't want to miss the wind in my eyes, The shimmerin' light when the seagull flies Lo, I've traveled far I'm a home loving man, Home is where you are The crowd upon the quayside Their faces long and drawn Are suddenly awakened As we sail in on the dawn The wives, the sons, the lovers, Who never gave up hope All breathe a sigh together As they reach to catch the rope God bless you, southern trades, You got me safely back this time Oh, you'll never have the need again To save this soul of mine CHORUS REPEAT CHORUS: Yes, I don't want to miss the sand in my hair, The roll of the tides and the salt in the air Deep inside it's true I'm a home lovin' man Comin' on home to you... FADE

My God

ALICE COOPER "Lace And Whiskey"
If I should find myself in blackest night, and fear is stabbin' me all over, a tiny prayer cracks the dark with light, and I here sounds behind my wall. Inside, a still, small voice, it calls and calls. Then like a thunder bolt, it falls and falls... My God! When life becomes more real than children's games, or we've become too old to play them, We'll grow old gracefully, we'll hide our shame. but there's that voice behind the wall. And like my conscience, it is still and small. Each word is mercy, protects us all... My God! 'And like my conscience, it is still and small. Each word is mercy, protects us all...' I was a boy, when tempted, fell sometimes, and fell so low, no one could see me, save for the eyes of Him that sees my crime. When sheep, like me, have drifted lost, all frightened children who are tempest tossed, down flies His wrath like an albatross... My God!

Golden Olden Days Of Rock & Roll

JOHNNY WINTER "John Dawson Winter III"
I remember when the time was jive What a groove it was to be alive Take a beer in the back of a pink Cadillac Watching all the girls go by Just a-listened to the radio play Had it turned up all the way Singing "one for the money, two for the show" Three to get ready and away we go! Take me back to those good old lazy days When the guitars learned to talk and men were men We were heart to heart, soul to soul In the golden olden days of rock & roll Yeah! You could tell that we was hip at a glance By the strips on down the side of your pants, yes Nothing could be better than tights, girls and sweaters Shakin' at the high school dance Could it be so many years away? You know it seems like only yesterday We was rocking to the east, rocking to the west Dancin' to the music, we all had a blast! Take me back to those good old lazy days When the guitars learned to talk and men were men We were heart to heart, soul to soul In the golden olden days of rock & roll Yeah! Take me back to those good old lazy days When the guitars learned to talk and men were men We was heart to heart, soul to soul In the golden olden days of rock & roll Yeah in the golden olden days of rock & roll Yeah in the golden olden days of rock & roll

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