Jamie Grace

'Live About It' - single
(Good Eye Management)
Release Date: June 19, 2020
Genre: Pop, Folk Pop, Contemporary
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Jamie Grace ‘Live About It’ – single

Jamie Grace
‘Live About It’ – single
(Good Eye Management)

A burning thought and canvas unfinished, Jamie Grace completes and releases the song “Live About It,” inspired by recent events happening in America. A message within the message, the cover art actually shows, “Talk About It,” with “talk” appropriately scribbled out and replaced with the word “Live.”

Preview:

“Live About It” Lyrics:
Verse 1

He ran with the poor, dined with the sick
Found the women and men living in sin
He would befriend them, not just to go fix them

The children would run to sit by His side
Tradition would say, “not too close, not this time”
He would call for them, oh He would sit with them

Pre-Chorus
You can call it opposites attract,
for a King to live among the pack
Or just call it like it is,
the way we need to live

CHORUS
I don’t wanna hear a song about
If we can’t live about it
No we can’t sing about it
We can’t write about it

If we don’t do something about
Don’t want no songs about it
If we can’t live about it
If we can’t live about it

Verse 2
He broke down the walls of all protocol
Not even yet born but they found a home
Just an immigrant, He was an immigrant

And as He grew up, His empathy too
He would die to give live for me and you
Just an immigrant, He was an immigrant

(Pre-Chorus)
(CHORUS)

Bridge
The broken, the burdened, Imprisoned and poor
The wealthy, the widowed, Skin different than yours
The orphan, the outcasts, Who beg and who don’t
The hungry, the hurting, Without a home

The people who pray to a god we don’t serve
The protestor marching for what we don’t want
The stranger who knocks on our door without code
Just begging for freedom that challenges ours

(CHORUS)

When we don’t love
Then we don’t love
The one who showed us

(CHORUS)

Verse 3
We can’t love
If we can’t love
Even When we don’t wanna love

We can’t call it love
If we don’t love
Even when we don’t wanna love

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