"Trouble Is" as written by Dan Haseltine, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Daniel Mason, Matt Odmark and Aaron Sands....
My wings don't sail me to the sky
On my own these wings won't fly
Jesus told me so
Still I'm not so sure that I know

Can't find no rest for my soul
Can't find no rest on my own
Jesus told me so
Still I'm not so sure that I know

Man, the trouble is
We don't know who we are instead

I'll keep runnin' the other way
My heart ain't built to stay
My heart ain't built to stay
And the world just ain't that way

My heart ain't built to stay
My heart ain't built to stay
Jesus told me so


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"Trouble Is" as written by Charlie Lowell Aaron Sands

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    General CommentThe bluegrass sound of this song is awesome. But beside that, it sounds like when God breaks you and you feel just helpless and confused on your own when your pride is gone. But we need to realize our position in God- we are His children, called and chosen specifically by Him, to serve and glorify Him. But we can't do it on our own.
    charcoal_starson January 23, 2005   Link
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    General Comment'I'll keep running the other way/ My heart ain't built to stay...' We sometimes run from God, but do we know what we are running to? I think that this song is dealing with the issue of rebellion, but also addresses the other problem we have following rebellion - a lose of identity outside of Christ.

    Jars definitely know what they're talking about!!!
    preshpearlon March 09, 2005   Link

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