Will Hopkins

Will Hopkins

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
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Member Since: 2003
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Lyrics

I Still Pray

Spent my first night in the county jail when I was just fifteen
A little too much fun with a pellet gun and a can of gasoline
I’ve done my share of scraping on the jagged edge of life
And walking out on Caroline – I know that wasn’t right
Lord knows, I’m not an angel; that I’ll never be
But that don’t mean I’ve given up on me

I still pray I can be a better man
Find my way in the eternal plan
I still pray I can live the golden rule
And find salvation through amazing grace
Yeah, I still pray

My daddy was a Baptist, and that’s how we was raised
Hellfire and brimstone’s all I heard those early days
Well, I never did like that preacher, always playing on my fears
And I ain’t set foot in that church for more than 13 years
Sunday morning service – no, it ain’t the thing for me
But that don’t mean I don’t believe

CHORUS

So don’t look down in judgment, and act so sanctified
‘Cause you don’t know what’s going on inside

CHORUS


Will Hopkins (615) 385-9585
Jack Bond
Copyright 2004

Song Length
3:10
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)


Lyric Credits Will Hopkins / Jack Bond
Music Credits Will Hopkins / Jack Bond