I don't want to move and I don't think I could.
I don't want to move and I don't think I should.
I don't want to move.
No, I don't want to move.
I don't want to move and I dont think I could.

Breathe in deeper now.
Breathe in deeper now.
Breathe in deeper, breathe in now.

I don't want to move and I don't think I could.
I don't want to move and I don't think I should.
I don't want to move.
No, I don't want to move.
I don't want to move and I dont think I could.

Breathe in deeper now.
Breathe in deeper now.
Breathe in deeper, breathe in now.

The costliest of costs.
The deadliest loss.
The wonder of the cross.
The breath of life that stops.
The hope of heaven bought.
The wonder of the cross.
The wonder of the cross.

Breathe in deeper now.
Breathe in deeper now.
Breathe in deeper, breathe in now.

Breathe in deeper now (the wonder of the cross.)
(x3)

Breathe in now.
I don't want to move.



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    General CommentHow has no one commented on this song? :O

    It's one of the best songs out there, in my opinion. ^.^
    RockTheRainon December 15, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningI'm surprised too; this song has so few lyrics it's easy to elude the meaning.
    This song comes right after "(B Quiet Interlude)" and before "Come Awake". This is 100% purposeful as the album as a whole is about the collision between heaven and earth within someone's heart--what happens when we realize the infinite resides right along with the finite (as in "A Beautiful Collision"). During the interlude, the person is quieting him/herself down to listen to God speak straight to their heart. "Come Awake" is about realization that we do not have to live with the deadly weight of sin upon us. This song is therefore the bridge between the two. At first he still has some inhibition, but then he finds himself meditating on the idea of Christ's sacrifice, almost struck by that idea, breathless. He is too focused on the death part of the equation though, I think; but God tells him to keep breathing in deeper, trying to show him that he walks in life (which is later addressed in "Come Awake").
    rocknrollgirl47on April 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite DC*B songs. It really speaks to that place where you're found frozen but you know you must move. It's where you're completely and utterly powerless. But there was a cost to the cross and there is a cost to your inaction.
    hchoma13on January 14, 2015   Link

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