Monday, March 22, 2010

Hello World

I know when I went to she Lady Antebellum last week this song inspired me,
thought I would pass it on.
Photo from last night.
I stayed over at my friend Rachel's house.
I love it when pictures don't turn out perfect.
Imperfections make me giddy



Traffic crawls, cell phone calls.
Talk radio screams at me
Through my tinted window I see
A little girl, rust red minivan
She's got chocolate on her face
Got little hands, And she waves at me
Yeah, She smiles at me

Hello World
How you been
Good to see you, my old friend
Sometimes I feel, cold as steel
Broken like I'm never gonna heal
I see a light, a little hope
In a little girl
Hello world

Every day I drive by
A little white church
It's got these little white crosses
Like angels in the yard
Maybe I should stop on in
Say a prayer
Maybe talk to God
Like he is there
Oh I know he's there
Yeah, I know he's there

Hello world
How've you been
Good to see you my old friend
Sometimes I feel as cold as steel
And broken like I'm never gonna heal
I see a light, a little grace, little faith unfurled.
Hello world

Sometimes I forget what livin' for
And I hear my life through my front door
And I breathe it in,
Oh I'm home again
I see my wife, little boy, little girl
Hello world
Hello world

All the empty disappears
I remember why I'm here
Just surrender and Believe
I fall down on my knees
Oh hello world
Hello world
Hello world

2 comments:

Amber said...

Thank you so much for your comment! I assure you that from the 1st week of ballet I knew it was a sport! And your story encouraged me so much, I feel that although it may be hard and challenging, God is cheering me on and holding my hand through it all!

xoxoKrysten said...

What a great song!