"Headstrong" as written by Dan Haseltine, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Daniel Mason and Matt Odmark....
Controlled, moderate, plastic
Aware and openly perfect,
To know everything
And not see anything

Ingest completely impressive,
You wear the law as a jacket
It keeps you warm,
It keeps you warm

And I don't know what you've been told but it's wrong
And I can't hold you when you fall so headstrong
Headstrong, Headstrong

Good enough, how sure a foundation
Trip on, your graceful emotion
You remember it all,
Then cover it all

And I don't know what you've been told but it's wrong
And I can't hold you when you fall so headstrong
Headstrong, Headstrong

And I don't know what you've been told but it's wrong
And I can't hold you when you fall so headstrong
Headstrong, Headstrong

Good enough, how sure a foundation
Trip on, your graceful emotion
You remember it all,
Then cover it all

And I don't know what you've been told but it's wrong
And I can't hold you when you fall so headstrong
Headstrong, Headstrong


Lyrics submitted by murlough23

"Headstrong" as written by Dan Haseltine Charlie Lowell

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Downtown Music Publishing

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    General CommentThis one's from the various artists project "Roaring Lambs" that came out in 2000, themed around the idea of Christian art making an impact on culture outside of the Church.

    The song appears to be about legalism, and the frustrating and seemingly fruitless endeavor of trying to talk a legalist out of their reasons for being so hard-nosed. It's an exploration of what it looks like when people within the Church act in a way that is contrary to their purported belief in the concept of grace.
    murlough23on November 15, 2007   Link

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