"Puzzles and Pieces" as written by Wesley James Blaylock, Justin Weis Froning, Kelsey Grant Harelson, Laura Beth Hudson and Andrew Gordon Moore....
Everyone's careful
They're plotting their best escapes
For fear of this whole place burning down
Puzzles and pieces
We're tangled in cages
They rattle and shake their bones
They grew from the earth
I watched them grow
They came up and grabbed me

So stand in a world that seems to be built
On pillars and numbers
Or dance with the hopes of falling in love
Before we have learned to love ourselves

Measures and objects
They fall in our fuel of words
And we are widdled away by zeros, ones
Somebody save us
And nobody asks this
Where does our heart live on
In dreaming of dangers, dream of God
And maybe we've got it

So stand in a world that seems to be built
On pillars and numbers
Or dance with the hopes of falling in love
Before we have learned
Just to stand in a world that seems to be built
On pillars and numbers
Or dance with the hopes of falling in love
But how can we love
If we can't love ourselves
Can't love ourselves


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  • +1
    Lyric Correctioninstead of

    Measures and objects
    They fall in our fuel of words
    And we are widdled away by zeros, ones


    it's actually

    Measures and objects
    They fall in our view of worth
    And we're widdled away by zeros won
    natster9292on September 15, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI'm not sure but I think this song's about how we are all are so caught up in worldly things instead of putting our sights on God and our goal to serve Him.
    Sporton September 17, 2011   Link

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