Jesusfreakhideout.com

Get Tickets for the Worship in the Adirondacks in Upstate NY!

JFH Song Lyrics

  Artist List   /   Amy Grant   /   Somewhere Down The Road


         


06. What Is The Chance Of That

Somewhere Down The Road
by Amy Grant



 

Tonight I’ve been counting railroad cars • Clinking and grinding into the dark
• One of them passed with an open door • And I pictured myself jumping on
board • What is the chance of that •• Well I’ve always had this thing about trains •
A lonesome sound like a man in pain • Going somewhere they don’t lose track •
Some folks leave and they don’t look back • What is the chance of that
•• I have believed since I was a little bitty girl • That there were rules of cause
and effect • And they slowly shaped my world • But pain and hard times they
come and they go • Like some blindfolded angel somewhere saying • Eeny
Meeny Miny Moe • What is the chance of that ••
Why do I feel restless inside • Maybe I’m part of a wandering tribe • I want
to check my family tree • I think there’s a little nomad in me • What is the
chance of that •• Life is a thing you drink in deep • The journey is hard and the
journey’s sweet • Maybe I’ll search and maybe I’ll find • Things I wanted were
already mine • What is the chance of that
•• I have believed since I was a little bitty girl • That there were rules of cause
and effect • And they slowly shaped my world • But pain and hard times they
come and they go • Like some test of faith that purifies my • Weak belief
into something gold • What is the chance of that

Amy Grant and Wayne Kirkpatrick / Produced by Wayne Kirkpatrick // © 1997 Age to Age Music / Riverstone Music (Admin. by The Loving Company) (ASCAP) / Warner – Tamerlane Publishing / Sell The Cow Music (BMI) // Drums: Chris McHugh / Bass: Jimmie Lee Sloas / Percussion: Sam Bacco / Acoustic Guitar and Harmonica: Wayne Kirkpatrick / Electric Guitar: Gordon Kennedy and Kenny Greenberg / Keyboards: Tim Laur / Background Vocals: Chris Rodriguez, Michael Mellett, Micah Wilshire / Engineered and Mixed by Dan Marnien at The Village, Santa Monica, California

Behind the Song:
“I wrote this song in 1996. I was asking a lot of questions about truth and reality in those last couple of years of my first marriage. With so much uncertainty in my life, music was a safe place to explore the landscape. A lot has changed since then. ...I still like trains.” - Amy Grant

 

< Return to Artist List

 

           
Listen to the new album from Millennial Reign!

Search JFH



Music Out This Week

This Friday, May 25
Jordan Feliz Future (Vinyl) [Centricity]
Mark Lee Unshakable Heart EP (independent)
Millennial Reign The Great Divide [Ulterium]

NEXT Friday, June 1
The Isaacs Favorites: Revisited By Request [Gaither]
Owl City Cinematic (independent?)


For all release dates, click here!
 


New Music Reviews


Check out this new music from Tom Read!

New Indie Reviews


New Movie Reviews


Free MP3 Downloads