"So, In This Hour..." as written by and Stephen Bryce Avary....
So long before, you stood so long at my door
Abundantly you have asked have you received
Is this everything that you hoped for?
Is this everything you've dreamed?
Well, I'm not sure, if don't really need

Life and history repeat and I will see visions vividly
Of how everything will end the same
Is this everything that you hoped for?
Is this everything you've dreamed?
Well, I wanted to be [Incomprehensible]

So, in this hour everything I do
Will be all for this moment
Everything's for you
My heart is open and willing, so take it

Get up, get up, get up

So much feeling of my soul
It's singing and everybody feels the same
Is this everything that you hoped for?
Is this everything you've dreamed?
Well, I think it is [Incomprehensible]

So, in this hour everything I do
Will be all for this moment
Everything's for you
My heart is open and willing, so take it

Stay in place when there's so many things to say
I wanna help [Incomprehensible] just hesitate
But I just don't, but I just don't
So please take my life and use it, I'm ready


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"So, In This Hour..." as written by Stephen Bryce Avary Bryce Avary

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    General Commenti see this song as living in the moment. taking a chance. hoping for the best. just putting it all out there.
    ellie117on May 23, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree with ellie117. i know that bryce is a christian artist to some extent and i think that comes out in this song. when he says "everything will end the same" i would say he is referring to the fact that everyone is going to die eventually and the rest of the song talks about living a life now that will set you apart even if is out of our comfort zone. awesome song, can't wait for july 17
    morganrun837on May 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentlove it!
    Technophobiaon July 10, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"so please take my life and use it, I'm ready"

    I think this line nails down who its to... I don't really see this being sung to a girl
    pnewon July 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI definitely see this as a Christian song, a conversation with God if you will.
    Bryce is saying that he's finally ready to live for God & dedicate all that he does to Him. The last line always gives me chills & I feel it sums up the entire point of the song when looked at as being directed to God:
    "so please take my life & use it... I'm ready"
    sx edgeon August 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it's "if the real point is seen."
    d.walk1989on November 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is fucking EPIC when bryce performs it live. he puts so much emotion and passion in his voice when he sings, it's incredible. he switches from guitar to piano during the song, and he was just phenomenal at both. ahhh, i definately recommend you see him live before he gets big, cause i'm pretty sure he will.
    and i definately agree with sx_edge. most of bryce's songs are linked to his faith, but are sometimes misinterpreted as love songs. well maybe they can double in meanings, which makes bryce such a talented writer. SHIT, i'm rambling, sorry. lol, um but yeah, i see this as a song about God and how he's willing to do what he asks him to do.
    aprilemayjuneon November 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit makes me really happy seeing all of these people realizing he is NOT talking about a girl and he is talking about god. this is my favorite song, it literally gives me chills and i give so much respect to bryce because even though the words are simple, they are so powerful and he makes me want to continue living my life for god =]] go bryce
    sabrizalon November 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song so much. It's the PERFECT finale to Do You Feel!
    I often find myself worshiping to this song, even at his concert. It's something I'll never forget.
    TypicalDezon December 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI definatly think this is directed toward god.
    Especially the line, "Please take my life and use it, I'm ready"
    Totally towards god.
    OMGxHGBxDon January 02, 2008   Link

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