Rather Have God
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RATHER HAVE GOD

A feather is heavier than an anvil
Have you ever sat on a Styrofoam saddle
and a story is words place together that hasn't been told
Like a book that has been written and not sold
gold a mineral that I have no need for
And anything that I may walk on
This unleveled floor
gold a mineral I have no need for
anything that I may walk on not that important why... cause I

Rather have God

A letter in word may make sentences
And when spoken out can be sharper than a two edged sword
and I'm wondering, wondering how I can get round
My ears hearing the dreaded sounds
Air is here but you can't see it
and the wind calms down sometime you can even feel it
but a story is words placed together that hasn't been told
Like a book that has been written not sold
Gold a minerals that I have no need for
And anything that I may walk on has already been walked on
gold a mineral I have no need for
A negative word out your mouth is sharper than a two edged sword;
Anything that I may walk on not that important

I
Rather Have God

04/15/14
Written words by James Edward Lee Sr.
Arranged music by Jonathan Echtinaw

© James Edward Lee Sr. . All Rights Reserved.


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