Say So by Dillon Chase, Jet Trouble


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Say So - Single by Dillon Chase

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Say So
by Dillon Chase, Jet Trouble

Album: Say So - Single


It runs through my veins
Long nights dreaming on the porch
Watching summer rain
Gospel soothe my soul
It's not over for you
Till' I say so

I try to move but I'm stuck
Maybe I'm losing my touch
Confused in a rut
Looking for You is a must
But doubt gotta me doing to much
I operate in my darkest place
Threw in the towel lost my pace
You picked it up
Washed my feet
This goes way beyond common grace
My candle burning on both ends
Can You turn around moments
Where I gave up faith was fading
Then the burden got so big
You say no thing created
Could put a finish line
On the track that I been assigned
I'm suppose to keep racing
But I can't grow without changing

It runs through my veins
Long nights dreaming on the porch
Watching summer rain
Gospel soothe my soul
It's not over for you
Till' I say so

You said the flame won't consume me
I feel like the fire been burning me slow
Removing a hedge of protection
Embedding a weapon
To further discouragement so
I need you to pump my brakes
Tell me how to run my race
Take a look at the Son who faced
The wrath that my tongue should taste
And that soothes my soul
Good news so beautiful
Yeah I still got room to grow
Faith moves me close
To the truth You hold
Aye this is a journey into a mystery
Marveling at what you did for me
Not to figure it out but to get down and bow
At the feet of my savior submissively

I know it ain't over till' You say so
So when You say go I'll play the outro
I know it ain't over till' You say so
So when You say go I'll play the outro

It runs through my veins
Long nights dreaming on the porch
Watching summer rain
Gospel soothe my soul
It's not over for you
Till' I say so


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