"Stones" as written by Kim Chadwick Tribble, Jimbeau Hinson, Jon Michaels and Kim Chadwick Tribble....
Stones would play inside her head,
And where she slept, they made her bed.
And she would ache for love and get
But stones.
La la la la la la la la la la home.
Lordy child a good days comin',
And I'll be there to let the sun in,
And bein' lost is worth the comin' home.
La la la la la la la la la on stones.
You and me a time for planting,
You and me a harvest granting,
The every prayer ever prayed,
We're just two wild flowers that grow.
La la la la la la la la la on stones.

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"Stones" as written by Jon Michaels Jimeau Hinson


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    General CommentThis was one of the biggest recordings of his career. I played this LP a lot, and I recently found it playing in my (alleged) mind. One lyric that stood out, and never quite made sense to me was "Being lost was worth the comin' home." I believe that ND is a man of faith. I'm starting to see now; prior to finding God I really was lost, and today, having that peace makes me appreciate (just a bit) those 'lost', crazy days. But that's just my opinion! Nonetheless - it's a beautiful song, no matter was on his mind at the time.
    Spankeron April 15, 2015   Link

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