"Fear no Pain" as written by and Willy Mason....
Gonna be leavin',
Gonna be leavin' soon,
This I know.

I'm gonna be leavin' soon,
Where the water tastes like moonshine,
Leavin' soon this I know.

Don't you miss me then,
Don't you miss me when I go.
Don't you miss me then,
Just sleep my lady friend,
And wait till I come home.

I ain't gonna fear no pain,
I ain't gonna fear no pain any more,
I ain't gonna fear no pain,
Ain't nothin' worth that strain,
I'm gonna walk in the hands of the lord.

God won't do me wrong,
God won't do me wrong this I know,
God won't do me wrong
My steps become so strong now,
I know he won't do me wrong.


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"Fear No Pain" as written by Willy Mason

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    General CommentI think he's talkin about heaven
    So Realon February 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this one. Modern folksy gospel makes me buzzy and pleased - see also Sufjan Stevens' "to be alone with You".
    _ellieon May 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is awesome. Makes me hope what it will be like when i leave for college.
    jchsoccer10on October 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is lovely. I love the bit where it speeds up.

    Um I think the meanings quite obvious so I won't write loads about that. Just basically Willy wants to leave and get away, and he knows it is a risk but it will work out because he has faith in God.

    Well .. that's my interpretation!
    Miss_Miseryon March 22, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"where the water tastes like moonshine"

    *breathe catches* ahhh...that's such a great line...
    I_heart_lyricson July 30, 2007   Link

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