Slavery, Deliverance And Faith by Clint Black


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Slavery, Deliverance And Faith
by Clint Black

Album: The Prince of Egypt - Nashville
by Clint Black


Slavery deliverance and faith
Tossed on the waves of a desperate decision
Lost in the rift between power and religion
Guided by God to the strength of a new mother's arms
Saved by the veil of her fostered illusions,
A slave turns to prince in a kingdom's confusion,
Was more than he seemed, and his dreams would sound the alarm.

They ignored the evidence, treated with irreverence,
Slavery, deliverance and faith.
Slavery, deliverance and faith.

In the truth of a sister he loses a brother,
Challenged by each to be one or the other.
He runs from them both, but he won't escape his destiny.
With a promised new land and a hallowed prediction,
Fueled by the fire of a burning conviction,
'Oh, hear me,' he cries, 'brother, Pharoh, set my people free!'

How can anybody see these children and deny
They're senselessly suffering? How many more have to die?

Standing at last on the edge of their freedom,
An army descending as Egypt deceives them,
He knows in his heart what the fate of his people will be
'God give them courage,' he prays, 'help me guide them
We'll walk through your waters if you will divide them
And wash all these centuries of tyranny into the sea!'

They ignored the evidence, treated with irreverence,
Slavery, deliverance...

They ignored the evidence, treated with irreverence,
Slavery, deliverance...

Slavery, deliverance...

And faith.


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