Turning Tables #4 ~ 3:25

words by Mitch McVicker & Ray Boltz
music by Mitch McVicker
Copyright © 2002 White Plastic Bag Music (SESAC) & Dustproof Music (SESAC)
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Lyrics reprinted by permission

It'd been some time since you changed that water to wine.
So when you stepped in to bring that robber's den to an end 
hearts were filled with a burning pride. 
But a fire kept burning inside you.

Consumed with the truth, you started turning tables.
Your love for your father, had you turning tables.

We'll never be the same.
You're pushing us from our comfortable place.
Our cluttered hearts are being rearranged.
Though we burn with ourselves sometimes, 
you are burning us with your fire. 


Everything in life turned upside down. 
The darkest night has been flipped over and over. 
Sin is disappearin', somehow. You have turned the tables 
and I'm overwhelmed by you. 


Mitch: Turning Tables  was one of the other songs I made up the last weekend before we went into the studio to record after we had rehearsed up some songs.  The idea came from Ray Boltz.  We had talked about that we should get together and write some songs.  So he goes here, I have this idea, but you do really well with the melody and stuff  like that.  So take it if you want to use it, and whatever.   So I wrote a song.  Again I came up with the guitar figure first, the introduction and stuff.  I was messing around with it in my room one day and Jeff walks by and goes wow that's cool!  I'm glad he said that because I was about ready to cast it aside.  But because he said that, I'm easy, all you have to do is say you like it and I'll keep working on it some more.  So because he said that, it became a song.

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