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Vince Staples & Juicy J – Big Fish (On Jimmy Kimmel) (Live)

You want that over there? I got you
[Chorus: Juicy J]
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
[Verse 1: Vince Staples]
I was up late night balling
So far from my past misfortune
No sleepin’, late nights no eatin’
Gun squeezing, I’m a real Artesian
Ramona, I was round that corner
Still down, I’m a Norf Norf soldier
G slide right down do Sawyer
When we slide, you won’t see morning
Another story of a young black man
Tryna make it up out that jam, god damn
Bag back, let me make my bands, got plans
If you hatin’ don’t shake my hand
Take it easy, homie
Reminiscin’ sitting in that Benz
Of the 22 bus stop way back when
With the 22, 5 shot eyes on scan
For the click, clack, clap
Or the boop, bop, bam, cuz

[Chorus: Juicy J]
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
[Verse 2: Vince Staples]
It’s funny I was going crazy not too long ago
Women problems every morning like the Maury show
Swimming upstream while I’m tryna keep my bread
From the sharks make me wanna put the hammer to my head
At the park politickin’ with the kids
Tryna get em on a straight path, got the lames mad
Know they hate to see me make cash, got the space dash
In the foreign with the GPS addressed to your mama house
Compensation conversations what I’m all about
Took the smart route, never been marked out
Shoulda been dead broke, shoulda been chalked out
But it didn’t happen, now it’s time to get it cracking
Quarterbackin’ like I’m 40 Water
Mix the holy water with the Voss
Wanna be the boss then you gotta pay the cost
Learned it from the Dogg I’m from Long Beach
That’s the city where the skinny carry strong heat

[Chorus: Juicy J]
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand
I was up late night ballin’
Countin’ up hundreds by the thousand You want that over there? [Intro: Juicy J]
You can get anything you want
Know what I’m saying?

Alex Cameron – Stranger’s Kiss (feat. Angel Olsen)

[Verse 1: Alex Cameron]
Don’t even bother climbing out of the well
That ain’t no way to get out of the hell that you’re in
If you wanna see the back of it, girl
You better start digging down with your pail of tin
I got shat on by an eagle, baby
Now I’m king of the neighborhood
And it feels like I could
Just peel the gym pants off a single mother
But this run of good luck don’t got me feeling all that good
[Chorus: Alex Cameron]
And it hurts, and it hurts
But I don’t wanna talk about it
‘Cause in my dreams, I miss you
Then I wake up to reality’s bliss
Now all I ever wanted and all I ever needed is right here
In the stranger’s kiss
[Verse 2: Angel Olsen]
Don’t bother flying when we jump off the cliff
Make sure it’s head first if you don’t want to deal with what ifs
I know you’re wondering if you’ll feel it again
Just keep on digging it down with your pail of tin
No shame in sleeping with the seagulls, baby
This town’s a tourist trap, it’s no place to be in
They made a meme out of my legacy, darling
My hands are caught in the net and they’re pale and thin

[Chorus: Angel Olsen]
And it hurts, and it hurts
Well I don’t wanna talk about it
‘Cause in my dreams, I miss you
And I wake up to reality’s bliss
All I ever wanted and all I ever needed was right here
In the stranger’s kiss
[Verse 3: Alex Cameron & Angel Olsen]
Me and Roy, we got a pretty mean posse
With a Down syndrome Jew from the real estate crew
He keeps me busy with a shift now and then
But it don’t ever really stop me from thinking of you
I know you’re wondering why you wish you were dead
And there’s no solace in the fact that it’s all in your head
Try not to focus on the pain that you’re in
Just keep on digging it down with your pail of tin
[Chorus: Alex Cameron & Angel Olsen]
If it hurts, but it hurts
But I don’t wanna talk about it
‘Cause in my dreams, I miss you
And I wake up to reality’s bliss
All I ever wanted and all I ever needed is right here
In the stranger’s kiss

[Outro: Alex Cameron & Angel Olsen]
‘Cause in my dreams, I miss you
And I’ll just stick ’em right there in the bin
Thought I needed buckets of gold
When all I needed was a dirty pail of tin

The National – Carin At The Liquor Store

[Verse 1]
I was a worm, I was a creature
I get on the ground the second I’d see you
You cannot command your love
I wasn’t a catch, I wasn’t a keeper
I was walking around like I was the one who found dead John Cheever
Hand in glove
[Chorus]
So blame it on me
I really don’t care
It’s a foregone conclusion
[Verse 2]
I see you in stations and on invitations
You’d fall into rivers with friends on the weekends
Innocent skies above
Carin at the liquor store, I can’t wait to see you
I’m walking around like I was the one who found dead John Cheever
In the house of love
[Chorus]
So blame it on me
I really don’t care
It’s a foregone conclusion
It wasn’t so bad, I wasn’t that sick
Got taken by love, I wasn’t that quick
Foregone conclusion
It’s gonna be different after tonight
You’re gonna see me in a different light
It’s a foregone conclusion

[Chorus]
So blame it on me
I really don’t care
It’s a foregone conclusion
I’m already seeing stars in the air
It’s a foregone conclusion

Machine Gun Kelly – Go For Broke (feat. James Arthur) (Lyric Video)

(whoa)
I still remember Ramen noodle meal nights
I still remember checkin’ my account
And having 26 dollars, when I signed my record deal night
And I remember being cold
And my apartment used a heater from the kitchen stove
Highs and lows, it’s how it goes
So I gotta roll somethin’ up
Just to cope with the pressures of growin’ up, man
What a week
We made it to the bar ’cause we need heal up
You gotta play for keeps
‘Cause aces tend to stay with dealers
You got to believe it
But I’ma sinner too so I ain’t preachin’
Just keep on dreamin’
‘Cause all the bad days come for good reasons, ay
You could get high or you could get low
You could stay young or you could grow old
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke
You could go hard or you could go home
You could live life or you could just fold
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke
Yeah, and if I had a dollar
For everytime they told me what I wouldn’t be
I would be a rich man with a crib on a big hill (ha forreal)
But I gotta work to get paid
Earn my own way
Work the third shift, burn the whole splits
Says burn up (Hold up, let me get it)
Look, failure is not an option, I gotta be at the top
Like I’m sorry, but I don’t really feel sorry for y’all
I’m sorry I got a new number that you can’t call
I’m sorry to everyone who still wants me to fall
Hold up, you know what, I ain’t sorry at all
So I, hope that it was worth it when you was searched and you found what glitters ain’t gold
And I, knew I wasn’t perfect but I know that I made it all on my own
So you could get high or you could get low
You could stay young or you could grow old
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke
You could go hard or you could go home
You could live life or you could just fold
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke
Paid my dues, so I see you later
Love is much more that paper
So let it go, I just hit the road, I just let it go
Yeah, paid my dues, so I see you later
Love is much more that paper
So let I it go, I just hit the road, I just let it go
You could get high or you could get low
You could stay young or you could grow old
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke
You could go hard or you could go home
You could live life or you could just fold
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke You can get high or you can get low
You can stay young or you can grow old
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’mma I’ma go for broke
You could go hard or you could go home
You could live life or you could just fold
Let it go, ooo ooo
‘Cause I’ma I’ma go for broke
Look, I started with a dollar and a dream, right
So I could show these people how to dream, right
I could show ’em how to aim for the stars
And take it to the arenas from the streetlights
Damn, oh this is what the top feels like?

Manchester Orchestra – The Mistake (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

I don’t want to die alone
Tell me there’s another option for me
Standing like I shoulda known
I knew you’d accidentally look right inside of me
There’s nothing anybody could say
There was nothing anybody could do
You made up your absent mind and now the rest of us are here to amuse you
Everybody I know makes the same mistakes
Packaged up in different boxes, masking shame
Laying on the carpet spilt
You told me you were fairly sure that you’d marry him
Embryonic accidents, a native knife, you gotta finally bury it
There’s nothing anybody could say
There was nothing anybody could do
Everybody’s got their day
So number wisely if you know what’s best for you, man
Everybody I know makes the same mistakes
Packaged up in different boxes, masking shame
I don’t want to walk away from you
I don’t want to walk away from you
I don’t want to walk away from you
I don’t want to walk away, but you let me

And now the wheels are falling off of the car
Beside the hundred meter grave in the yard
Everybody here feels sorry for us

Manchester Orchestra – The Wolf (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

There is nothing you’ve got when you die that you keep
You were all that you were, were you all you could be? Said, "In truth I don’t really want to talk about it"
Christmas lights dangled sadly from the table in the operating room
Last I heard you’re an addict about it
Full of rage and Corona
Trying to blow the birthday kid candles out
Trap doors and the retaliator lead out
To the field where our extended families buried their lies
If you’re going, bring some faith and a flashlight
Follow signs that read
"It’s twenty miles before you finally see fire"
Now there’s something to say for the art of confusion
I got the courage to enquire where your body traveled all of the time
"I gotta climb out of this elevator, hadn’t move me once yet
Do I expect that it should really start now?"
The waitress oversees you levitating
Couldn’t think it to words and watched your body lift up into the sky
Everyone there was just in awe about it
Seen a miracle and drank away the thought from our minds
There was you and me
And nothing in-between
It’s right and wrong
Goes on and on and on
This is the wave that you could never conquer
Losing the smallest piece of truth we used to know
I wasn’t prepared to embark with the wolf of the mountain
It wasn’t a place that we could call our own

Now I don’t want to seem like it’s split at the seams
See the pain on the wall? In the blink of an eye there’s a hole in your belly
Your body recoils ironically into the family planning aisle
Overhear, "I don’t know where I’m going
I’m going anyway
Don’t let ’em tell you that I never found…"
You and me and nothing in-between
It’s right and wrong, goes on and on and on
(How long you been looking for…)
The truth for me is grasping at the seam
So truthfully, do you want to die for me? This is the wave that you could never conquer
Losing the smallest piece of truth we used to know
I wasn’t prepared to embark with the wolf of the mountain
It wasn’t a place that we could call our own See the blood in the street?

Manchester Orchestra – The Grocery (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

"I don’t know where I’m going but I’m going anyways"
So you leave the apartment, grab the gun under the bed
I want to reach above the paradox where nobody can see
Want to hold a light to paradigm and strip it to its feet
I want to feel the way my father felt, is it easier for me? I want to know if there’s a higher love oblivious to me
So you walk in the grocery and you unload several rounds
"Don’t you dare move a muscle," cardboard cutout ads
I want to reach above the paradox where nobody can see
Want to hold a light to paradigm and strip it to its feet
I want to feel the way your father felt, was it easy for belief? I want to know if there’s a higher love he saw that I can’t see
Looking back, it’s obvious now
You believe him or you don’t
So you load up your pistol and you press it to your lips
And you squeeze on the trigger, all it does is clicks
I want to reach above the para-blind where nobody could see
Want to hold a light to paradise and see if I could sleep
I want to feel the way our fathers felt when it swept them off their feet
I want to know about that higher love you saw that can’t be seen

The only obvious equation, you believe it or you don’t
I’ve been trying to find the right way to get out of here
I’ve been trying to find the right way to get out of here
This is the only way to go
This is the only way

Manchester Orchestra – The Sunshine (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

I already know that I don’t already know
You are the sunlight
I don’t really care if you don’t understand
You are the moonlight
And that’s alright, alright with me
Oh, that’s alright
I don’t really mind if you don’t really mind
You are the sunshine
You don’t have to know if you don’t want to know
You are the moonlight
Oh and that’s alright, alright with me
Oh that’s alright, alright with me
Oh that’s alright, alright with me
Alright (I’m) alright (I’m) alright (I’m) alright (I’m) alright

Manchester Orchestra – The Alien (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

Didn’t mean to
Didn’t mean to
Didn’t mean to
Didn’t mean to
Oh I didn’t mean to
(Oh I didn’t take the time to learn to let you go)
Didn’t mean to
(Don’t let me go)
Oh I didn’t mean to
(Oh I didn’t take the time to learn to let you go)
Didn’t mean to
(Don’t let me go)
Time is here to take your last amendments and believe them on your own
Time is here to take you by the hand and leave you there alone
Time has come to take the last commandment and to carve it into stone
Time has come to take you by the hand and leave you here alone Do you need me? When the first officer arrived
It happened to be the high school bully of your brother
When you finally recognized
You felt some guilt that you had even let him touch you
Can you hear me? What’s your name? Did you mean to take out all those people with you? Do you need me? Do you need me? The lights were low enough, you guessed
You swapped your conscience with your fathers medication
Limped from Rome to Lawrenceville
And on the way wrote out a self-made declaration
And when you got to Pleasant Hill
You forced the traffic to erase your family demons
And made a pact with you and god
If you don’t move I swear to you I’m gonna make ya
Do you need me? You could not speak just laid amazed at all the damage
As the high school’s letting out
All the kids saying the same thing that they used to
It’s an alien
It’s an alien
It’s an alien
It’s an alien

The lights were low enough you guessed
Hospital food, there’s never enough medication
The doctor asked about your ears
You said your mom said you were made from a revelation
The revelation never scares
If you came from your drunken dad and a pair of scissors
Were you just finally letting go?

Manchester Orchestra – Lead, Sd (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

repeat repeat
There’s no clarity tomorrow
I’m not even trying to swat those demons away from me
Is it temporary? There are parts of me just stuck inside the grocery
In the produce aisle with the dead beats
Rustling trying to look busy but they’re high like me
There are parts of you, I see you argue with yourself and I think you’re crazy, really
We’re both running out of days, I pray you get by like me
This is temporary, I just heard I’m gonna be a dad
South Dakota, every winter someone loses it
I’m lost without a single clue as to where I’m headed
I wait for her because without her I’m gonna sink
Would you marry me? repent, repeat
I’m a clock and a balance beam
If I die there’s nothing I keep that reminds me
Microscopic specks of love being raptured to you
I heard a sound that was paranormal
Must’ve thought I had begged him to bury me
Bleeding out, better buy one to get one
The snow is piling up, our temporary grid
It was just like this, this time last year
There’s nothing in the wind, just white up to the trees
And it’s been that way for eternity
The time has come to abide by your folly
It’s so unusually bright for the scene
You are the blood in my blood, you pretender
It took your blood on my blood to believe I don’t think I want to be a dad
Nobody knew today would be the day he loses it
I’m lost without a single clue as to where I’m heading
I look for her because without her I’m going to sink
The snow is piling up, our temporary grid
It was just like this, this time last year
There’s nothing in the wind, just white up to the trees
And it’s been that way for eternity

The grocery, Elise, thirteen, was buried by your arrow
Steep shriek of the softball team, it rewinds me
Will you pray for me?

Manchester Orchestra – The Moth (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

I want it all, I want it free
But nobody’s responding
The last thing that you heard was an inebriated slur
You can cry here all you want, but you don’t live here anymore
There’s a way out
There’s a way in
There’s a way out
There’s a way in
Forced myself to take a different name
Buried with metonymy
Decide for me
Throw the man you used to be away
Bury him with rivalry entirely
My entire life you’ve been obsessing with the light
The closer that you get, the further up you’ve got to climb
You wanna hear it hurt, you wanna feel it when he dies
If you walk that path alone you’ve got to look him in the eye
There’s a way out
There’s a way in
There’s a way out
There’s a way in

Forced myself to take a different name
Buried with metonymy
Decide for me
Throw the man you used to be away
Bury him with rivalry entirely
Forced myself to take a different name
Buried with metonymy
Decide for me
Throw the man you used to be away
Bury him with rivalry entirely
"What about our future?"

Manchester Orchestra – The Gold (A Black Mile To The Surface Album)

[Verse 1]
Couldn’t really love you any more
You’ve become my ceiling
I don’t think I love you anymore
That gold mine changed you
You don’t have to hold me anymore
Our cave’s collapsing
I don’t wanna be me anymore
My old man told me
[Pre-Chorus 1]
"You don’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe that moment down."
Forty miles out of East Illinois
From my old man’s heart attack
[Chorus 1]
I believed you were crazy
You believed you loved me
[Verse 2]
I don’t wanna bark here anymore
Black hills, the colly
Wasn’t really dangerous for us
We just catch you coughing
What the hell are we gonna do? A black mile to the surface
I don’t wanna be here anymore
It all tastes like poison

[Pre-Chorus 2]
Can’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe that moment down
Forty hours out of Homestake
And I’m trying to translate you again
[Chorus 2]
I believed you were crazy
You believed you loved me
You and me, we’re a daydrink
So lose your faith in me
[Bridge]
Can’t open your eyes for a while
You just beat that moment down
You can’t open your eyes for a while
You just breathe
[Chorus 2]
I believed you were crazy
You believed you loved me
You and me, we’re a daydrink
So lose your faith in me
Lose your faith in me
Oh, lose your faith in me

Nichole Nordeman – Slow Down (feat. Pepper Ingram) (Every Mile Mattered Album)

[Verse 1: Nichole Nordeman]
Here’s to you
You were pink or blue
Everything I wanted
Here’s to you
Never sleeping through
From midnight till the morning
[Pre-Chorus 1: Nichole Nordeman]
Had to crawl
Before you walked before you ran
Before I knew it
You were trying to free your fingers from my hand
‘Cause you could do it on your own now
Somehow
[Chorus: Nichole Nordeman & Pepper Ingram]
Slow down
Won’t you stay here a minute more
I know you want to walk through the door
But it’s all too fast
Let’s make it last a little while
I pointed to the sky and now you wanna fly
I am your biggest fan
I hope you know I am
But do you think you can somehow
Slow down

[Verse 2: Pepper Ingram]
Here’s to you
Every missing tooth
There in bedtime story
Here’s to Barbie cars
Light saber wars
Sleeping in on Sundays
[Pre-Chorus 2: Pepper Ingram]
Had to crawl
Before you walked before you ran
Before I knew it
You were teaching me the only thing love can
Hold hands through it
When it’s scary, you’ve got me
[Chorus: Nichole Nordeman & Pepper Ingram]
Slow down
Won’t you stay here a minute more
I know you want to walk through the door
But it’s all too fast
Let’s make it last a little while
I pointed to the sky and now you wanna fly
I am your biggest fan
I hope you know I am
But do you think you can somehow
Slow down

[Bridge: Nichole Nordeman & Pepper Ingram]
Please don’t roll your eyes at me
I know I’m embarrassing
But someday
You’ll understand
You’ll hold a little hand
Ask them if they can
Oh-oh-oh-ohhh
‘Cause it’s all too fast
Oh-oh-oh-ohhh
[Outro: Nichole Nordeman & Pepper Ingram]
I am your biggest fan
I hope you know I am
But do you think you can
Somehow
Slow down
Slow down
Slow down
Slow down

Nichole Nordeman – Anywhere We Are (Every Mile Mattered Album)

[Verse 1]
Into every life, a little rain must fall
Or so they say
We have seen our share of storms
You might agree
We learned early, don’t hold tightly to
The things that might not stay
Love what matters
And you matter most to me
[Pre-Chorus 1]
So when the wind blows in and carries us away
This is what we say to every hurricane
[Chorus 1]
Love don’t need a roof
Love don’t need four walls
You can say my name
I’ll come anytime you call
So let the storms roll in
Let the shingles fly
Love is not the fence we built around our lives
And anywhere we are, I’m alright
[Verse 2]
We dig cellars, we lay sandbags
Board the glass and pack the old van
We heed warnings ’til we’re headed out of town
But we do not always make it
We are sometimes overtaken
We are not as fast as every funnel cloud

[Pre-Chorus 2]
So when the siren sounds and when we close our eyes
This is what we say to swirling skies
[Chorus 1]
Love don’t need a roof
Love don’t need four walls
You can say my name
I’ll come anytime you call
So let the storms roll in
Let the shingles fly
Love is not the fence we built around our lives
And anywhere we are, I’m alright
[Bridge]
One day out in the meadow
I will stop where the old oak grows
I will lay some yellow flowers down for you
Or maybe, you will lay them down for me
And this is what we’ll say to that old tree
[Chorus 2]
Love don’t need a roof
Love don’t need four walls
You can say my name
I’ll come anytime you call
So let the branches bend
Dance into the wind
Whisper every memory to the night
‘Cause anywhere we are, I’m alright

Nichole Nordeman – Sound Of Surviving (Every Mile Mattered Album)

[Verse 1]
They told me
I’d never get to tell my story
Too many bullet holes
It would take a miracle
These voices
Inside my head like poison
Trying to steal my hope
Silencing my soul
[Pre-Chorus 1]
But my story is only now beginning
Don’t try to write my ending
Nobody gets to sing my song
[Chorus 1]
This is the sound of surviving
This is my farewell to fear
This is my whole heart deciding
I’m still here, I’m still here
And I’m not done fighting
This is the sound of surviving
[Verse 2]
These pieces
The ones that left me bleeding
Intended for my pain
Became the gift You gave me
I gathered those pieces into a mountain
My freedom is in view
I’m stronger than I knew

[Pre-Chorus 2]
And this hill is not the one I die on
I’m going to lift my eyes and
I’m going to keep on climbing
[Chorus 1]
This is the sound of surviving
This is my farewell to fear
This is my whole heart deciding
I’m still here, I’m still here
And I’m not done fighting
This is the sound of surviving
[Bridge]
I’m still here
Say it to the ache, lying there awake
Say it to your tears
I’m still here
Say it to the pain, say it to the rain
Say it to your fear
[Chorus 2]
This is the sound of surviving
This is my farewell to fear
This is my whole heart deciding
I’m still here, I’m still here
And I’m not done fighting
No, I’m not done fighting
And I am still rising, rising
I’m still rising
And I’m not done fighting
This is the sound of surviving

Nichole Nordeman – Listen To Your Life (Every Mile Mattered Album)

Who’s trying to whisper in my ear? [Verse 1]
I hear voices, don’t think that I’m crazy
I can hear my heart trying to tell my head
Take it easy
Too many choices, too many angles
All the loose ends just end up tied up in tangles
[Pre-Chorus 1]
Who’s got the floor, who’s got the bullhorn? [Chorus 1]
Listen to your life-life-life-life
And what’s on the inside-side-side-side
All the other sound, turn it down
Listen to your life-life-life-life
[Verse 2]
Everything’s holy, everything’s sacred
Even in the mundane, you’ll find nothing’s wasted
Every heartbeat, beats for One greater
Every breath meant to profess your creator
[Pre-Chorus 2]
Beyond the chatter, beyond the noise
There is a stiller, smaller voice
Be spellbound, ear to the ground
What’s that sound? Who’s in the street, who’s in the backseat? [Chorus 2]
Listen to your life-life-life-life
And what’s on the inside-side-side-side
All the other sound, turn it down and
Listen to your life, life, life, life
Let the Spirit flow-ow-ow-ow
And let the Spirit show-ow-ow-ow you
All that He was meant to
Only when you learn to
Listen to your life-life-life-life
[Bridge]
All the ruckus, all the fuss and all the noise
Find your space, all is grace, know your voice
All the ruckus, all the fuss and all the noise
Find your space, all is grace, know your voice
[Chorus 2]
Listen to your life-life-life-life
And what’s on the inside-side-side-side
All the other sound, turn it down and
Listen to your life, life, life, life
Let the Spirit flow-ow-ow-ow
Let the Spirit show-ow-ow-ow you
All that He was meant to
Only when you learn to
Listen to your life-life-life-life

[Outro]
Listen to your life! Who’s gonna steer?

Nichole Nordeman – Hush, Hush (Every Mile Mattered Album)

This is where your ship went down
Right there
Stern and bow
You took on waves
Took on water
You took the blame, even harder
You drug a net across the ocean floor
Beer bottles and a broken oar
You washed on shore beneath the moon
And I’m not sure you want me to
But I’ll put you back together
Hush, hush
You don’t have to have the answers
Hush, hush
I will gather all the branches
I will light a fire for you
Rest your head ‘til you’ve had rest enough
Hush, now hush
Hush, hush
It’s worse in the light of day
It hurts the things they say
You wrote big letters in the sand
You watch the sky and wave your hands
But I love you if they never come
I love you in the scorching sun
One cup of water at a time
‘Til you remember you are mine
And I will love you back together
One cup of water at a time
‘Til you remember you are mine
I am the calm, I am the sea
Your rescue and recovery
And I am the storm that swallowed you
I let you bleed, I thought you knew
And I am the bottom, and I am the floor
I am the deep you never knew before
I let you sink
And I let you go
But I caught you in the undertow
And I am the shore
And I am the flame
And mercy is My name
Hush, hush
Hush now

Nichole Nordeman – Lean (Every Mile Mattered Album)

[Verse 1]
Trying and tripping and torn
Reaching for more, but coming up less
Why are my memories of
You as the judge, me as the mess
[Pre-Chorus 1]
I want the medal
Don’t want to settle
I want the victory lap, You in the stands
Why is it hard to believe
You just want me
Just as I am
[Chorus]
I could stand, I could fall
You want all of me
I could run, I could crawl
You will always be
You’re not impressed, with all of my best
Not disappointed, when I don’t land on my feet
In everything, You are asking me
To lean
[Verse 2]
When did we learn to perform
To need the encore, to know who we are
When did we forget our place
Is not on a stage but safe in Your arms

[Pre-Chorus 2]
When will I let go
Be still and just know
When will I see, when will I just believe
[Chorus]
I could stand, I could fall
You want all of me
I could run, I could crawl
You will always be
You’re not impressed, with all of my best
Not disappointed, when I don’t land on my feet
In everything, You are asking me
To lean
[Bridge]
You ask me to trust
When You say I was enough
You made me lean
[Chorus]
I could stand, I could fall
You want all of me
I could run, I could crawl
You will always be
You’re not impressed, with all of my best
Not disappointed, when I don’t land on my feet
In everything, You are asking me
To lean

Nichole Nordeman – Dear Me (Every Mile Mattered Album)

[Verse 1]
Dear Me …
This is a letter to the girl I used to be
Dear Me …
There are some things that you should know
It’s not my intention to embarrass or to shame you
What’s inside the rear-view mirror is closer than it appears
We do the best that we know how, with what we have been given
And the difference between you and I is, I’ve been given time
In time, you’ll see
[Verse 2]
Dear Me …
This is a letter to the girl I used to be
Some things are not as simple as we said
Remember when we thought there were a handful of some magic words to pray
A guarantee and a down payment on a mansion
Remember all the rules we made about the Body and the Blood
The hoops we made them jump through
Though He offers it to everyone
I’m so sorry
[Chorus 1]
Do you remember now the things I said I thought that I deserved
My flag, and safety, a place to learn
The things I know I didn’t earn
And bless their hearts, I’m sure it’s hard
But handouts don’t help anyone
And all the talk about the system
I sure hope someone can fix them
I said those things

[Verse 3]
Dear Me …
This is a letter to the girl I used to be
You’ll see, you’re gonna take the long way
And there is nothing you could do or say to separate you
From the love of God who made you just exactly as He meant to
And you cannot imagine all the places you’ll see Jesus
But you’ll find Him everywhere you thought He wasn’t supposed to go
So, go!.. [Chorus 2]
And hold all the mothers, whose babies bleed from bullet holes
And feel all the hunger, the bellies and the bones
Shout for the prisoner, cry for justice, loud and long
And march with the victims, as Jesus marches on
And sit at all the tables, ’cause Jesus eats with everyone
And dance to the music, if you can’t sing its native tongue
And cry for the wombs, the mothers and the empty arms
And hold high the warriors, fighting now for freedoms’ song
[Bridge]
And love, love, love, love
Like it’s your own blood
And love, love, love, love
As you have been loved
Love, love, love, love
Like it’s your own blood
Love, love, love, love
As you have been loved
Love, love, love, love, love
Like [you have been?]
Love, love, love, love, love
It’s all about love! Go!.. Love, love, love, love, love
His name is love
Love, love, love, love, love

[Verse 4]
Dear Me …
You did not learn this in a day or two or three
So ask a lot of questions
But Jesus loves us, this I know
And there are no exceptions

Nichole Nordeman – You’re Here (Every Mile Mattered Album)

[Outro]
You will always be my home
I don’t have to be alone
Don’t have to be alone
You will always be my home Nothing below or above me
Could get in the way
This is what You say

[Pre-Chorus]
Anywhere You are is sanctuary
Everywhere You are is where I’m free
[Chorus]
You’re here, You’re here
The only invitation that You need
Is the very air I breathe
You’re here, You’re here
I will never be alone
You will be always be my home…
[Bridge]
You were at the altar, preacher’s hand upon my head
You were in the water, when I came up clean instead
You’re still in my story, when my tears fall on the dirt
You’re there in the morning, wrapping grace around what hurts
You were in the questions, in the silence on the phone
You were paying cab fare, making sure I made it home
I believed in too far, I believed in my worst fear
But You were never moving closer, You were only always here! [Verse 1]
In my younger years
I found You beneath the steeple
In the faces of Your people
Could hear You in the hymns
In my younger years
Then later on
I met You on a road, once winding
Seeking but not always finding
With the building gone
You still loved me later on
[Pre-Chorus]
Anywhere You are is sanctuary
Everywhere You are is where I’m free
[Chorus]
You’re here, You’re here
The only invitation that You need
Is the very air I breathe
You’re here, You’re here
I will never be alone
You will be always be my home
‘Cause You’re here
[Verse 2]
In the same small room
Staring at the life I’ve chosen
Hoping that the door’s still open
To give my heart to You
In this same small room
What could separate
Me from all the ways You love me?