Joe Hesh

Joe Hesh

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New Age - Neo Classical | Perkasie, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 618   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Jesus has no equal. In all the wonders and joys of knowing Christ and following Him, the closer you walk with Him the more insane it will appear to others who watch you.

Lyrics

No. You were not a good teacher.
If teaching means I understand each word You said.
No. You were not a nice person.
You turned a son against his father.
A man against his home.
To walk the crowded streets
And feel so all alone.

You brought your fire to a common life.
And now I feel insane. I'm drowning in the rain.
People dying of starvation in their beds
While I have found the bread.

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Matchless are You, my Lord.
Matchless are You.
Lonely and only You when all the smoke has cleared away I say.
Matchless are You, my Lord.
Matchless are You.
Jesus, the Son of God.
Matchless are You.

No, You are not a great leader.
We watched Your followers deny Your name
And run in fear as You died.
No. You are not a great healer.
You seemed more concerned with a place and life
That we cannot see.
And if You raised a friend
Then why can't You heal me?

You brought Your words to common ears
And some thought they had heard You.
Some thought that they had known You.
But I know. I know. No one can own You.

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Song Length
3:38
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)


Lyric Credits Joe Hesh
Music Credits Joe Hesh
Producer Credits Aspenbreeze Productions
Publisher Credits Aspenbreeze Productions
Performance Credits Joe Hesh and Caleb
Label Credits Aspenbreeze Productions