"Healer of Souls" as written by and Timothy David Foreman Jonathan Mark Foreman....
All right, yeah!
All right, let's go

Are you tired yearning just to be free
Are you fighting for a reason just to believe
Ain't we a nation torn by the clashes
You can send those huddled masses to me

Ain't we all just running
Aiming for that something
Ain't we all just limping down the road

I want more than just a crutch to lean on
Yeah I'm looking for that freedom
So let's go there
To the healer of souls

You start to wonder who's on your side
You start to wonder what's wrong what's right
Ain't we human ain't we all got problems
Honey rock and roll ain't gonna solve them, no

Ain't we all just running
Aiming for that something
Ain't we all just limping down the road

I want more than just a crutch to lean on
Yeah I'm looking for that freedom
So let's go there
To the healer of souls

Tell me are you ready to go?
Maybe we could make it home
Tell me are you ready to go?
Take me to the healer of souls

We're going down the road gonna find your place at the healer of souls
We're gonna watch these scars just fade away, we're gonna make it home

Ain't we all just running
Aiming for that something
Ain't we all just limping down the road

I want more than just a crutch to lean on
Yeah I'm looking for that freedom
So let's go there
To the healer of souls


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"Healer of Souls" as written by Timothy David Foreman Jonathan Mark Foreman

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    General Comment"We got a letter the other day from a young man who had just lost his father. He said that our music was playing an important role in the healing process. I was so struck by what I read in his letter:

    "I'm not healed. Far from it. I stand and play under lights because I know that the longer I spend there the less time I spend sitting in the dark. My faith is the only strength I have some days. I'm blessed with a wonderful wife and amazing friends, but some types of darkness can seep in even with love all around you."

    Confession is a place of strength. Even with all I have to be thankful for, I confess: the darkness can still seep in.

    This is my attempt to build a rock and roll confession booth. Yeah, I'm a sinner. My heart is fatally flawed. I'm the first to admit it. But I'm not alone. Let's go there. To the Healer of Souls." -- Jon Foreman



    Aby006on December 09, 2019   Link

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