words and music by Mitch McVicker
Copyright © 2002 White Plastic Bag Music (SESAC) &Dustproof Music (SESAC)
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Lyrics reprinted by permission
been torn and the moon is red.
know my soul, and though physics escape me
us deserve a bit of your love.
see my soul, but Jesus is disguising me.
was started in the summer of 2001 and is another song that started out
with a completely different thought behind it. But I wanted to stay
with it. I was hoping it would become something. It use to
be about the Cany Fork River in Tennessee. This is a river that when
your traveling on I40, you cross over it five times in four miles; it 's
a real windy river. One day we went over it and it had this real
beautiful white fog sitting on top of the water. That's were the
song started; it was about the Cany Fork River. It soon progressed
to camels and how Jesus talks about how it's harder for a rich man to enter
the kingdom of heaven then for a camel to squeeze through the eye of a
needle. Some people's biggest stumbling block is money and material
possessions. Everybody has a biggest stumbling block and it's different
for each person. I know that Jesus has made it possible for me to
enter the kingdom of heaven despite my biggest stumbling blocks and the
same with everybody. So I guess the camel must go squeezing through
the eye of the needle because of Jesus.
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