"Simply Nothing" as written by and Shawn Mcdonald (18355)....
So hard to fathom the pain in Your eyes
As You're watching Your children, doing what You despise
In pursuit of our own
We just go round and round
Another nail to our cause
We continue to pound

What are you, man, if you do not learn love
What are you, man, if you do not learn love

So hard to fathom, oh, the feelings inside
As You're watching Your people choosing to die
You called out a warning
To all that would hear
Saying come to Me, come to Me
And I will draw near
Learn love
I must
Learn love
Learn love
Learn love
Learn love
Learn love

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"Simply Nothing" as written by Shawn Mcdonald (18355)


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    General CommentThis song is about how God loves us so much, but we don't love him back as much as we should, truthfully. "What are you man if you do not learn love..." that question is answered by the song title, "Simply Nothing." We are nothing without love, and we would be nothing without God's love. :] Beautiful song!!!
    acoustikhawkon March 08, 2008   Link

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