"House" as written by and Marshall Altman Trevor Hall....
Well tell me, tell me what your wandering now
are you headed up north or down south?
back in the days of the old
a little bit of knowledge was told
about the sun about sky
about the winds and why they cry
in my dream I saw a man naked in ashes he said
that there is a road far beyond
far beyond the streets and the cars
far beyond the clouds and the stars
far beyond what you call God

I heard of a House, where death can not enter any more
many rooms in this mansion all covered in gold

over the oceans and seas they were, they were searching for me
but I hid in the crest of a wave, protected by the Lion's mane
humbled by the sight and the sound
let me tell you of the love I have found

I heard of a House, where death can not enter any more
many rooms in this mansion all covered in gold

Sits upon a land where misery has lost its grip
and the rains they shower all our fear away

well my body said just turn and run
but then I felt the light of the sun
in the heart that I thought had just died
started coming slowly alive
we awoke in the mansion above and
call it love

well my body said just turn and run
but then I felt the light of the sun
in the heart that I thought had just died
started coming slowly alive
we awoke in the mansion above and
call it love

I heard of a House, where death can not enter any more
many rooms in this mansion all covered in gold

Sits upon a land where misery has lost its grip
and the rains they shower all our fear away


I heard of a House, where death can not enter any more
many rooms in this mansion all covered in gold


Lyrics submitted by smileykylee28

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    General CommentTrevor said this song is based around a phrase the Jesus once said. It talks about a house of gold etc. he explains it in some videos
    byufan26on December 28, 2016   Link

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