TRACY LAWRENCE


Rock Lyrics

Outside Savanna, Spring of 1844, They drove the last nail in,
and opened up the doors. Jedediah Moore, was the first to be baptized,
saw him married here and buried here when the Yankees took his life.

Ive felt the pain, of people fighting their own demons, and the presence,
of the power that finally freed them. I'm a bright and shining beacon,
giving shelter in the storm, every saint and sinner, I greet with open arms.

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I am the Rock, I am stained glass and stone, the foundation that this
town was built upon and Ive been standing strong and steady all these
years, held together by the faithful gathered here

I've heard the words of deliverance and damnation, and the sweet sound of redemption and salvation. Entire congregations, with their voices raised in song, while the Angles in my rafters rejoice and sing along.

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And as long as there's a God above and people still believe, my walls will never crumble, and I will always be...

The Rock. I am stained glass and stone, the foundation that this town was built upon and Ive been standing strong and steady all these years, held together by the faithful gathered here

Outside Savannah, Spring of 1844, they drove the last nail in, and opened up my doors.

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