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If I Should Fall From Grace With God

This song is by Bill Mallonee and appears on the album Circa (2007).

I've been sober for nearly forty winks
Beating those odds ain't one of my strengths
When your faith's a beat dog howling chained in some front yard
If I should fall from grace with God
Sonnets of love and Gethsemane carved deep beneath my skin
Hometown gatekeepers didn't like it much so I never did get in
Somewhere between strawberry fields my backyard full of stars
If I should fall from grace with God
Now I have stood in large places but mostly they've been small
I've ventured into spaces where I shouldn't have been at all
Remove your shoes figuratively this is holy ground we're on
If I should fall from grace with God
Well faith has its thorns 'cause faith she is a rose
You can still smell the scent if you lean in real close
Make them pry it from your hand after you're dead and gone
If I should fall from grace with God
Judas was the traitor Peter the cowardly man
Which one I most resemble the thirty pieces the silver in my hand
My eyes were always set on high the heart so deeply flawed
If I should fall from grace with God

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Bill Mallonee

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