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You can bend but never break me 'Cause it only serves to make me More determined to achieve my final goal And I come back even stronger Not a novice any longer. The ultimate female anthem which always has nursed our sorrows after bad breakups and well, other bad breaks.

And our favorite version will always be Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte's karaoke rendition from "Sex and the City 2. How sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care. How long it's been since yesterday, what about tomorrow and what about our dreams and all the memories we share? When this old world starts a getting me down, and people are just too much for me to face. I'll climb way up to the top of the stairs and all my cares just drift right into space. On the roof, it's peaceful as can be and there the world below don't bother me, no, no.

So you think you're lonely Well my friend I'm lonely too I want to get back to my City by the bay Ooh, ooh. Oh, there have been times when times were hard But always somehow I made it, I made it through 'Cause for every moment that I've spent hurting There was a moment that I've spent, ah, just loving you, yeah.

This story has been updated to note that the artists listed, performed, but did not necessarily write, the song lyrics listed. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. The perfect tune for when you're pondering your past, present, and future.

When life gets us down, this reminds us of the simplest pleasures. Go to mobile site. But we will somehow find our way. We will somehow find our way. Sometimes I feel like I'm blowin' away. But I look to Jesus and I hear Him say. I have provided a way.

But you know you've got to come to me. I know you often want to run from me. But you know I'll always love you. Sometimes I run like the wind on the sea. In the latest afternoon. Waiting still beneath the moon. The day is done. The sun is gone. With a vague familiar presence. Sunlight dancin' in your eyes.

Come take your place beside me. We'll paint your canvass different colors. Life made you sad. And you won't have to hide anymore. And you won't be ashamed anymore.

Sunlight dancin' in your eyes again. Like the sparkle of the sidewalk. Every morning I wake and wonder. But he keeps me with tender mercy. And we climb that hill together. I realize I'm gonna live forever. I've been seein' what I've been needing. As I've been seekin' Him. I find that I've been reachin' Him.

And the blood is flowing crimson red. To move the rocks and envelop the land. And the sun has burned the night away. And darkness falls like a heavy rain. When the friends that you have loved.

My baby she comes home now. She makes some right nice sweet potatoes. Well I've tasted other cookin'. I got them "ain't bad, I'm glad I have. No matter how well you write it. Just a flickering flame on a candle in the wind. No matter how well you light it. Lightening never strikes in the same place twice. The sun always sets in the west. So do what you think is best. Got to sleep in the bed that you made. All that glitters is not gold. In your 15 minutes of fame. One mans ceiling is another mans floor.

A rolling stone gathers no moss. But I want to die with his boots on. You were right from your side, babe,. But I was right from mine. Better read between the lines. And water always flows down hill.

Break the body, but not the will. Close only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades. Take one day at a time. You can look but you better not touch. She died doing what she always loved. Burning the candle at both ends.

But a good man is hard to find. Lightning never strikes in the same place twice. The end never justifies the means. And the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Give me liberty or give me death. It's not too easy all the time. I can't always blame the Prince of the Power of the Air. He can see beyond the things that be. He's ordained the victory. It's not for me an easy thing. To walk the way that Jesus walked nearly all the time. Honesty demanding I be standing near the Lord. I often wonder what I'm standing for.

Relationships so often slip. Sometimes I want to run. May the trail not be rocky when you ride. May your spurs jingle-jangle in perfect time. May you hook on with a good cattle drive. And work hard into the fading light. May your saddle always fit like a glove. May you be guided by your faithful dog. Protected by the hand of God. May your woman give you love. May you find that perfect ranch.

May a thousand cattle carry your brand. May they drink from the Rio Grande. May your rope never tangle in your hands. May your herd be carefully tended. May your fences all be mended. May your whisky never be blended. May your territory be defended. May you always be a cowboy to the bone. May your stature be chiseled in stone.

May your restless nature let you roam. May your horse always get you home. May your boots always get their kicks. May your pistol never jam in a fix. May your draw be lightening quick.

May you always shoot from the hip. May your partner never let you down. May your bedroll find warm ground.

May good fortune follow you around. If you get lost may you be found. May your jeans never be designer. May your beans be heated on an open fire. May your voice be heard in a midnight choir. May you become an old cowboy survivor. May the stars light your way in the dark. May you speak no unkind remark. May your bite be not as bad as your bark. May your brand be like no other mark. May the band always play your song. May you dance with the girl that you brung.

May you prosper on the land where you live. With a few good next of kin. When you get hurt may you learn to forgive. May you take disappointment on the chin. May your chaps flap free in the wind.

May your laughter be quick among friends. May you see down around the next bend. May you never look back till the end. May your horse always have enough hay. May your hat never shrink in the rain. May the sun set slowly at the end of the day. And may that Old Coyote sing at your grave. Too many drinks, too many one-night stands. Too many self-penned songs about a broken man. Too many towns along too many roads. Too many dwindling crowds, too many midnight shows.

He was too long lonely, He was too long gone. He had a crazy heart, it got the best of him. He had a wounded heart, it took the rest of him. He had a crazy heart, it had a hold on him. He had a heavy heart from the outside in. He had a heart of gold from the inside out. He was a broken man with a broken heart. He was an absent father to an orphan son. He was down in the dumps, he was down on his luck. He was down to the wire, down to his last buck. Like ripe fruit ready to fall from a tree.

Life can bring a wandering man to his knees. Green hills and berries. Oh how much greater. He's the master of all. He's the maker of everything. In this crazy world. Everybody seems to know my name. It's time to make my way. Too much confusion here. Just can't think clearly anymore. I can feel your cold breath on my back. You move me like a forbidden dance. My heart relies on circumstance. I always love what I can't have. I will not tell your secrets. I'll live with my regrets. A reminder of the not too distant past.

I'll let the next desire be my last. It's best to not let pleasure in the way. I would build a small fire. I would know what it means. I believe that I could be redeemed. He was baptized by some guy. He was tried and tempted in every way. The devil came and said "If you be hungry. Christ, use your head. Don't be hungry, have some cheese and bread. But Jesus said "I shall not live on bread alone,.

I need the word of God to keep me where I'm at. The devil took him up on high. Angels will catch you before you hit the stones". Well Jesus said "That's not my style. I'm certain you're some kind of fraud. And the Scripture says "Don't test the Lord your God". Well the devil showed him all the kingdoms.

Jesus said "Satan be gone. I can't relate to your sad song. I think you're throwin' me a curve. I'm gonna worship God, He's the only one I'm gonna serve.

The angels came to comfort Him, said. You look like you been through a lot. Can we join you singin' praises to our God?

My friend, do not be afraid of life. Do not be afraid of the increasingly foreboding skies,. Do not be afraid of the cold, hard, and ugly facts,. Do not be afraid of what people might say about you.

Do not be afraid of the darkness, or of the light,. Do not be afraid of fiction, or of the truth. Do not be afraid of the ignorance of youth. Do not be afraid of the wisdom of age. Do not be afraid of the joker or the sage. Do not be afraid of what people might say about you,. Do not be afraid of the well known, or of the unknown. Do not be afraid of the well worn, or the newborn. Do not be afraid of a different point of view. Do not be afraid of the old, or of the new. Do not be afraid of the apparent, or the obscure.

Do not be afraid of the sickness, or the cure. Do not be afraid of the sacred, or profane. Do not be afraid of the blessing or the flame,. Fear, it will only kill you. Do not be afraid of the future, or of the past. Do not be afraid of being first, or being last. Do not be afraid of being afraid, my friend. Do not be afraid, do not be afraid of death. Do not be afraid, do not be afraid, my friend. I believe we were free.

Dogs on the run. Flower garden in the yard. Early mornin' in the fog. Used to be twenty three. I used to be thirty one. I can't believe the change I've seen. Night owls and street freaks. All the downtown ladies, they line the roadways. Doubt, like dust, covers my soul. Standing naked on one leg.

Dorothy's comin' back to Kansas. The winter of my discontent. All the solitary fires. I fell asleep while it was warm. The earth was covered over. And took the hope of my salvation. I fell asleep while it was calm. The night took my courage. The sky will be clear again. The clouds will be gone. The noise will be muted,. Further on, further on.

Dwight Jordan, don't look back. Dwight Jordan, you're still black. Dwight Jordan, it's a fact. Dwight Jordan, you're no match. You were such a young man. They made you hard as sin. You were such a pleasure to be with. You can be that man again. Dwight Jordan, how'd you get so tough? Was your gentle nature somehow just. Dwight Jordan, don't give up. Dwight Jordan, take some time. Dwight Jordan, make up your mind. You got one foot on a ladder you can't climb.

Dwight Jordan, it's quite clear. Dwight Jordan, don't trade your pride. Dwight Jordan, it's a heavy price. Watchin' the boy become a man. Watchin' you find your own way. Like jazz in funky time, y' know. Chasin' abstract rhythms home.

Standin' tall as you've ever been. Makin' some damn good friends. I am not yet alive to you. Not yet awake to your presence. Not yet in time with your breath. I am not yet fully conscious. Not yet home from the river. Not yet back from the dead. But in the late afternoon. I am alive again to you,.

In the late afternoon,. Walkin' on a lonely beach early Sunday morning. I've just come through a storm.

He could feel the things that I've been feeling. Burdened by the world around me, darker every day. I've been angry with the devil. Lookin' down at the ground. I find a pebble lying in the sand. I begin to see that pebble is a sign for me from heaven.

It's rounded out and wearin' smooth. There's a woman out there weepin'. There's a drifter in a doorway sleepin'. There's a junkie in the street. There's a prisoner counting' time. Some say the hardship has been over for awhile, that everyone's O. But recently I heard the screaming, the weeping. I've seen the bleeding hearts and tormented minds of those that justice shit on. They're left to reconstruct their trampled lives alone, to mend their broken hopes and battered dreams without the help of those who at one time seemed to care, somewhere back before the sky fell in.

But where are all the friends of the unfortunate now? Have they run to houses on secluded hillsides to hide from the discomfort of their past participation in the pain? Well, the cause goes on without them, but it's crippled. How easy we forget.

I know your desires child. I will never fail thee. I'll surely never leave. Unknown riches await thy discovery. My hand shall be upon you. I will be your shepherd. My love shall be thy constant portion.

I'm at the mercy of the Muse. Like Ghandi in the street. Dylan Thomas at the bar. Like Mohammed in the ring. Like Geronimo on a mission. Like Martin Luther King. I'd give 40 pounds of flesh. Street lights are on, but the ladies door is dark. It should come to you now as no surprise. The final moment of your life, throw your faith to the sharks. Check your messages again before you die. Love can be a very dangerous game.

It comes on quickly, and leaves without a care,. You make the rules up along the way. You can buy salvation from a fallen angel. She was really nothing more than a bad acquaintance. You never should have asked her for a dance. No one really changes, they just tend to get undressed. And let the darkness penetrate the cracks. Paying homage has been such a waste of time. Walk on the water now, or sink into the sea,. What you think of me is none of my business.

What I think of you is really none of yours. Look at the circle surrounding the moon. I remember wanting you. Your hands glided slowly. Your cigarette burned slowly. It was the first time. You breathed a sigh, a song of life. We have walked down the broad side of that wandering road.

We have fought on the wrong side in the battle for our soul. Forsaken a warm heart for the bitter cold. We have plundered every season under a midnight sun. We have shunned the voice of reason for the devils silver tongue. We have robbed the newborn dreamer at the barrel of a gun. Forsaken the warm heart of our only son. But we have been forgiven. Yes, we have been forgiven. We have been the good Samaritan and the evil twin.

We have clothed ourselves in righteousness like the Pharisee did. Forsaken that warm heart till the bitter end. We have paid undue homage to the joker and the fool.

We have broken every promise, and have broken all the rules. Forsaken a warm heart for a bag of jewels. We have laid across the railroad tracks of an outbound train. We have fallen hard for promises that came wrapped in gold again. We have pumped the new delusion through our jugular vein. Forsaken a warm heart for the profane. Well I only wanted to make you smile. I had no idea I'd fall in love with you. How was I to know I'd end up walkin' you home? Through your tears I saw those shining eyes.

Well I only wanted to make you laugh. I had no idea it would all come back. You read me from cover to cover. That I'll ever need. Well I only wanted to be your friend. I had no idea you'd fall in love with me.

I guess that's how it had to be. We were born in the Garden. Sunshine warm on our bodies. We were alive in the Garden. Our laughter echoed through the canyon,. We made love in the Garden. Beneath the silent mountain. There was music in the Garden. It was quiet and assuring. We were a family in the Garden. There was kindness and compassion. Got to get back to the Garden. Born down in the valley, and I watched it grow.

Used to ride my pony down to the creek. But I got to get outta Dodge. Gotta get the hell outta Dodge. I would do my business with neighbors and friends. The handshake turned into a legal decree. Get away from the hustle of the rat race.

Gonna build my ranch in some wide open space. Some would call it a nervous break down. And she wants to blow up balloons like he did. And sit on the porch swing watching them all day long.

Give em' a Drum. Mickey walked the halls all night. Billy slumped down low in his chair. They couldn't cope with societies stuff. Benny sits and swears at the wall. Lucy likes to stay up all night. Martin says "it just doesn't matter". Linda watches television all day. There are many who have traveled. This is no mans land.

We read His Word, we hear His voice,. We say we know His way. We serve Him in the Temple,. We give our time, we pay our tithe, confess our sins. We say our prayers.

Just like He wants. We know His politics, social positions,. We know His mind, His will,. We say we know God. Let my song massage the wind. Gonna take my woman. Gonna take my dog. Gonna take my pony. Gonna bring em all along.

Gonna take my rifle. A clanking across the vineyard like pipe against rock. Wind on the surface of an irrigation pond. Canadian geese engaged in lively foreign talk. The last swig left on my best bottle of booze. The sound of a lie that just never rang true. The final refrain of the Mule Skinner Blues.

I can hear every one of these familiar sounds. I just put my hand to the proverbial plow. The sound of somebody breaking a bond. The echo of lyrics from a faraway song. Sound track of a lifetime three-quarters gone. I just put my hand to the proverbial plow,.

Laughter as phony as a three dollar bill. A young woman swallowing a bottle of pills. Life will first mock, and then kill you. Put my hand, put my hand, put my hand to the plow. Put my hand, put my hand to the plow. Your thoughts are spent on memories of laughter and of tears. As springtime turns to summer and the sky begins to rain. The Harvester is coming soon to gather up His grain.

To separate the living from the dead. He came to me when I was hungry. He came to me when I was cold. He came to me when I was dying. The Son of Man He came and made me whole. You say that time has taken all the friends that once were yours.

The sunshine on your life is growing cold. Like a lion in a rage. Like a child in the arms. Like a lover in the arms. He could have been a dancer in the Bolshevik ballet. He could have pointed fingers, could've found someone to blame.

Your window is open, step out from your pain. I'll be right there behind you. I've been thinkin' bout the Lord. The son of God He came to save my soul. And I can see Him in the Garden. I can see Him back a bleeding. Now I can see Him deathly hangin'. Now I can see Him clothed in Glory. And I can feel Him living for me. This highway I've been travelin'. I found that it gets hard.

And I spend time unravelin'. Lord, here I am again. I want to sit with you and talk. Here I am again. Seems I'm always lookin' for. It's just a state of mind. And I pour out my life. I wrote my own story, took a stand for what's right.

Raised a flag every morning in the early light. Stood naked in the shade, tossed my fate to the wind. Fell asleep in the bed I made, embraced the blessed, cursed the sin. I wandered through the desert, stumbled lost across the sand. I made my way alone through the darkest of night.

There is a God somewhere. There is a God, I'm sure,. I can hear the distant thunder. But I don't fear Him. And I can hear Him talk to me. I raised my fist to the sky, caught lightening in my hand. Turned my back on the devil, he was not my friend. I bowed before your altar, a broken man.

Forgiven for what I haven't been, and loved for what I am. I don't fear Him. Look to the one. Look to that one to come again. He's the one who knew me. He's the one who showed me. He's the one who came and gave.

His life to save my own. He's the sun shining on my road. He said "Father forgive them. He left His throne of glory. He suffered on a cross. Lord I'm so grateful for the freedom that you give. I just want to thank you for the life you let me live. I know you'd turn around, look down and say. But still I feel that you treat me much too good. I often wonder bout the way I'm treating you.

I fail so often in the things I say and do. I know that I'd be able to pour forth. And that would only be half as much as you've given me. It's such a blessing Lord to have you on my side. There is no other one in whom I would abide. You loved me right on out of my sin. No there wasn't any price I had to pay. I thank you Lord for given me a brand new day. Hole in the Sun. You could burn a hole in the sun with your smile.

You could take the ugly from the world with your face. You could tame a raging storm with your charm. You put the beat back in my heart and the heat in my desire. You're everything I've wanted, everything I need. I'll learn to give you honesty like you have given me.

I will love you like the man that you have wanted me to be. You could make a blind man see with your eyes. You could make a boy out of a man by your choice. That doesn't mean I didn't love you. And how many tears. I have been alone of late.

How many tears will you require of me? My eyes have grown accustomed. The future waits impatient.

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Lyrics to 'Work From Home' by Fifth Harmony. I ain't worried 'bout nothin' / I ain't wearin' na-nada / I'm sittin' pretty, impatient, but I know you gotta / Put. I'm so full of love I could barely eat There's nothing sweeter than my baby from kissin' me When my time comes around Lay me gently in the cold dark earth No grave can hold my body down I'll crawl home to her Boys, when my baby found me I was three days on a drunken sin I woke with her walls around me "Work Song" lyrics provided for. Lyrics to "Work" song by Rihanna: Work, work, work, work, work, work He said me have to Work, work, work, work, work, work! He see me.