"Famine Or Feast" as written by and Stephen Wiggins....
Sitting on the front porch with my sweet Marilade
Working out expenses no honest man can pay
One is from the landlord; the bank done sent me two
And as for me, I know down deep what I got to do

Chorus:
Famine or Feast, I'm on my knees
Searchin for the answers to things I can't see
Times of Jubilation waiting for release
Time we all pray to the Lord
Famine or Feast

Things have happened lately; my car is in the shop
Riding on the cross-town; almost at the stop
Staring out the window into the night outside
I have to tell you honest now, I sat right there and cried

Chorus:
Famine or Feast, I'm on my knees
Searchin for the answers to things I can't see
Times of Jubilation waiting for release
Time we all pray to the Lord
Famine or Feast

Break:
You may say, time to pray is every now and then
I tell you twice, Jesus Christ
He no fair-weather friend, he's no fair-weathered friend


My best friend's a doctor, How he has been blessed
Drives a new Mercedes, and always has the best
But thursday nights you'll find us, studying God's word
We both have our reasons for praying to the Lord

Chorus:
Famine or Feast, I'm on my knees
Searchin for the answers to things I can't see
Times of Jubilation waiting for release
Time we all pray to the Lord
Famine or Feast
(2x)

Time we all pray to the Lord
Famine or Feast


Lyrics submitted by Cecil4029

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