"Grace To Grace" as written by Ben Mink and Geddy Lee....
A Hundred Thousand Years
A Hundred Thousand Miles Of Track
A Hundred Thousand Tears
Hundred Thousand Souls
You Can't Give Back

When The Dark Subsides
An Eternity Goes By
On The Fault Line
Between Then And Now

When The Truth Hides
An Eternity Goes By
On The Fault Line
Between Then And Now

Grace To Grace
Immaculate Vision
Of What Should Have Been

Face To Face
Eloquent Stories
Of What Could Have Been

A Hundred Thousand Dreams
A Hundred Thousand Beams Of Light
A Hundred Thousand Schemes
Gods In The Heavens Can't Get It Right

When The Dark Subsides
An Eternity Goes By
On The Fault Line
Between Then And Now

When The Truth Hides
Integrity Falls Shy
On The Fault Line
Between Then And Now

Grace To Grace
Immaculate Vision
Of What Should Have Been

Place To Place
Elegant Story
Of What Could Have Been

When The Truth Hides
Integrity Falls Shy
On The Fault Line
Between Then And Now

When The Truth Hides
An Eternity Goes By
On The Fault Line
Between Then And Now

Grace To Grace
Immaculate Vision
Of What Should Have Been

Face To Face
Elegant Story
Of What Could Have Been

Grace To Grace
Immaculate Vision
Of What Should Have Been

Grace To Grace


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"Grace to Grace" as written by Geddy Lee Ben Mink

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    General CommentOn Lee’s 2000 solo album My Favourite Headache, he co-wrote Grace to Grace another song dealing with his mother’s wartime experience.

    The song, Lee explains, is partially about his mother’s courage, survival instincts, and “her ability to keep her head up” though all of the horror she lived through.
    DireSliceon April 15, 2006   Link

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