Fixing America In 500 Words Or Less

Chapter 54

click here if song fails to play in 6 seconds

Amaziní grace how sweet the sound
That saves a wretch just like me
I was alone in the dark where no one ever wants to be
Born blind, but you set me free

You know that I went rambliní aní I went gambliní, went roaminí from town to town
Ended up worse than I thought I'd ever be
Then you reached down an' pulled me from that hole aní you gave me a better goal
Born blind, oh, but you help me see

You set me free from the rules aní the Babylon brook of fools
And the wicked preacher right there on tv
Cut through bull residue, help me see whatís really true
Born blind, but you help me see

You help me to understand, itís all in the master plan
To shun the self-righteous and choose sinners, sinnerís to be your friends

O Freedom, O freedom, freedom for me
Freedom now on through eternity
ĎCross the wide open road, you will be there to ease my load
Born blind, oh Lord, but you jus' help me see

Amaziní grace, oh, how sweet the sound
That saves a wretch just like me
And no matter how far astray I go
Love will find me, yes I know
Born blind, oh, but you help me see
Born blind, sweet Jesus, but you set me free, yeah *

* Based on "Amazing Grace" by John Newton (1779 public domain) originally entitled "Faith's Review and Expectation").

Click Here to Go Back to Contents

Click Here to eMail the Author

Copyright © August 20th, 2003 by Richard Aberdeen.
Copyright © Jaunary 7th, 2014 by Richard Aberdeen.
Copyright © February 1st, 2014 by Freedom Tracks Records.

No part of this material may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including printing, photocopying, recording or by any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher and signed by the author. Inquiries: Freedom Tracks Records or requested via eMail.  Essays entitled Revolution and Revolution ~ Side B are open copyright and may be reproduced and distributed as desired.