Bunny Swan Gease

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Country - Contemporary | Kenai, Alaska, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Job's travails in life and testing of his faith is a favorite story in the Old Testament. Life tests us in many different ways and consistently. How we respond individually and collectively to adversity is a measure of our being.

Story Behind the Song

The lyrics in the chorus come from the dialogue between Job and Yahweh. The universe has been around quite a while - the themes of belief and faith and righteousness have significance and have been the subject of stories and contemplation for eons.

Lyrics

Go Ask Job

He's reeling in the corner of the bar
Rambling it's come much too far
Craving just one more round
Crying Lord I let you down

She standing on the corner of the street
Pretty red shoes on her feet
Calling out to the young and the old
Crumbling to the Devil and the cold

Where were you when fire sprang
From the belly of the stars
Where were you when motion
Came to Jupiter and Mars
When you question the fate of your story
When you question the Power and the Glory
Go ask Job

Los Believers in the righteous fight
Praying for peace tonight
Healing light for dire needs
And restitution for evil deeds

CHORUS

Ever deal with the devil
Ever roll with the dice
Am I standing by your side
Or is the gulf deep and wide

CHORUS

© Bunny Swan and Ricky Gease

Song Length
4:16
Genres
Country - Rock, Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Diplomatic

Subject Matter
Universe, Spirituality

Similar Artists
Amy Grant, Willie Nelson
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Bunny Swan and Ricky Gease
Music Credits Bunny Swan
Producer Credits Bunny Swan
Publisher Credits Bunny Swan
Performance Credits Bunny Swan
Label Credits Bunny Swan