February Challenge Day 8: Soul Stirring Music

I like my music louder than many people and my lyrics to have some sort of meaning. Of course I’m going to forget some songs here, but enjoy listening to some favorites that came to mind for moving songs that inspire me in some way.

Restless by Audrey Assad

“I am restless until I rest in you O God”

I Was Here by Lady Antebellum

“I wanna do something better / With the time I’ve been given / And I wanna try / To touch a few hearts in this life / Leave nothing less / Than something that says “I was here”

Pierce My Heart by Elizabeth Campisi

“Where I am is not where I was  / But it’s still not where I want to be / I’ve got to go deeper still  / Until I know everything / About you”

Cinderella by Steven Curtis Chapman

“Oh please, Daddy, please!” / So I will dance with Cinderella / While she is here in my arms / ‘Cause I know something the prince never knew / Oh I will dance with Cinderella / I don’t want to miss even one song / ‘Cause all too soon the clock will strike midnight / And she’ll be gone”

Walking Her Home by Mark Schultz (LOVE songs that tell a story like this)

“He was walking her home / And holding her hand / Oh the way she smiled it stole the breath right out of him / Down that old road / With the stars up above / He remembers where he was the night he fell in love / He was walking her home”

Meant to Be by Ryan Scott Bomberger (You’ve got to know his story to really appreciate this one)

“I know I was meant to be. / This life was meant for me.”

Kings & Queens by Audio Adrenaline 

“On their own, on the run when their lives have only begun / These could be our daughters and our sons / And just like a drum I can hear their hearts beating / I know my God won’t let them be defeated / Every child has a dream to belong and be loved”

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