Well, there’s a church in my heart
It has no steeple or a parking lot
But you can come if you want
It’s free of charge and the doors don’t shut
And we could talk all day
Like age old friends
And love each other
Like the world won’t end
I’ve tried so hard to figure you out
You’re way too big to get my head around
But if love is this simple, could we throw out all the rules?
‘Cause I’m living on the edge of giving into you
You got grace in your pockets
Well, I got sin in my shoes
I try to hide it underfoot
So you won’t have a clue,
But I limp like a beggar
And lie like a fool.
And you read me like a poem
And hold me like a jewel
I've tried so hard...
In the pasture of your thoughts
Is there a place for me?
Where the wind blows steady
And we rest in peace
‘Cause the world’s been a fighter
And I’m on flat on my back
And I need your song to wake me up again