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A good friend of mine who read my post about the analogy of how free will and predestination can co-exist referred me to this song by David Wilcox titled Show the Way. It’s wonderful and uplifting, especially considering the temptation to become hardened, jaded, and cynical toward the world as it is today. The lyrics are below, and you can listen to it on my Web site. (Well, you might/might not be able to. You might be blocked from listening since I purchased it from iTunes. Give a shot anyway. Great song!)

Thanks, Deb!


You say you see no hope, you say you see no reason we should dream
That the world would ever change.
You’re saying love is foolish to believe,
‘Cause there’ll always be some crazy, with an army or a knife,
To wake you from your day dream… put the fear back in your life…

Look, if someone wrote a play just to glorify what’s stronger than hate,
Would they not arrange the stage
To look as if the hero came too late?
He’s almost in defeat…
It’s looking like the evil side will win,
So on the edge of every seat,
from the moment that the whole thing begins,
It is…

Love who makes the mortar,
And it’s love who stacked these stones,
And it’s love who made the stage here
Although it looks like we’re alone.
In this scene set in shadows, like the night is here to stay,
There is evil cast around us,
But it’s love that wrote the play…
For in this darkness, love can show the way.

So now the stage is set…
You feel you own heart beating in your chest…
This life’s not over yet!
So we get up on our feet and do our best.
We play against the fear… we play against the reasons not to try…
Playing for the tears burning in the happy angel’s eyes.
For it’s… (repeat chorus)


Written by blogicalinks

October 20, 2006 at 3:14 pm

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