HER SINS AND HER SAVIOR

Author’s note: This, to me, is a special song, one that I am about to actively pitch (opening a whole new area of rejection). It emerged simply from the idea or thought of breakups — so common — yet with no one in particular in mind. We just see way too much of it, and always wish, hope, and pray for people to find the love and happiness we share. Thanks for reading, oh, and the photo gallery is added and will grow as I go back and scan from pre-digital, A.S.           

GONE, in a hopeless sea of pain, looking for some kind of comfort, that will make her whole again.

Her man, he was blinded by a touch, he was blinded by a feeling, he was blinded by new eyes.

Chorus:

So she reached for the bottle. And she reached for the Bible.

But she lives, somewhere in between, her sins and her Savior.

2nd Verse:

Days, well they slowly ticked away, there were some that were so wrenching, she couldn’t brush the tears away.

And the nights, she just lay there in the dark, wondering what she did to cause this, wondering how to make it right.

Chorus:

So she reached for the bottle. And she reached for the Bible.

But she lives somewhere in between, her sins and her Savior.

Bridge:

She is thinking now he was bound to break her heart, so she gave up on the life that they led.

Yes the Lord gave her strength to move on, and the drink gave her courage to try again…

Instrumental:

Repeat Chorus:

So she reached for the bottle. And she reached for the Bible.

But she lives somewhere in between, her sins and her Savior.

Yes she walks each day somewhere in between, her sins and her Savior.

Completed 12/20/10

© 2010 Andrew Spradling

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