"Hope Grocery" as written by Karl Stephen Smith and Peter Ronald Cohen....
I know a place where you can rest and grow
When the tide is over and moving
I am a believer and I'm needing to know
For I left this town and made it my own
Son we gather sorrow here
You can

Born out of order and unable to grow
Leave my weakened knees, my weakened knees behind you
All out of longing and recanting he knows
He won't be wrong, he won't be wrong again
Soon there will be fighting here
I know

So spend up
We could be holy
But these sins won't ever let me go now
And hold on
Been slipping up lately
But these sins keep leaping up behind
Leaping up behind

Keep on your walking
Don't need his wining hands
I've got my cellphone and the tv news doesn't help me stand

I know a place where you can return to grow
When the tide is under you and breaking
I am a believer and I'm needing to know
'Fore I leave, leave this town again
Son, now bring your fortunes here
We'll rise

So spend up
We could be holy
But these sins won't ever let me go now
And hold on
Been slipping up lately
But these sins keep leaping up behind
Leaping up behind, keep on your walking


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"Hope Grocery" as written by Peter Ronald Cohen Karl Stephen Smith

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