Billy Spence by Robin Mark


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Billy Spence
by Robin Mark

Album: This City These Streets
by Robin Mark


I took a walk down to the harbor
I even watched a ship come in
And all those lights upon the water, shimmering

These empty streets once thronged with people
Before the houses had all gone
And fathers rose to queue for work, before the dawn

And every meal upon the table
Bore testimony to their days
Spent working hard upon a ship, from far away

~Chorus~
Tell me the old old story
Of Jesus and His love
And will your anchor hold you, in the flood

Upon the church steps stood a preacher
He cried redemption to the docks
And all his words fell just like honey, on a rock

Hearts made stony by those hard times
And steelyed eyes and windswept face
Were softened by his stories of, amazing grace

From two and three to many thousands
Redemption fell upon the land
The tiger lay before the lion, and the lamb

~Chorus~

And I will never be a sailor
But maybe if I take my, stand
Perhaps Iíll see revival fall, upon our land

Now Iíve come looking for adventure
And its adventure I have found
Since first I set my feet upon, Your holy ground

I took a walk down to the harbor
I even watched a ship come in
And all its lights upon the water, shimmering

~Chorus~

But I have an anchor
That keeps my soul
Steadfast and sure
While those billows roll
Itís fastened to the rock
Which cannot move
Grounded firm and deep
In my Saviorís blood

We have an anchor
That keeps our soul
Steadfast and sure
While those billows roll
Itís fastened to a rock
Which cannot move
Grounded firm and deep
In the Saviorís blood


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