Mark Wilderspin

Mark Wilderspin

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Folk - Contemporary |
Total Song Plays: 46   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Laid-back, Latin tempo with images of wild west, salvation, love.


Sister Salvation

Sister Salvation
Where are you now?
Out of the country for the day?
It's four in the morning
I've drunk myself dry
And now you're a million miles away

Sister Salvation
You came and you cared
You brought your religion and stayed
I was your mission
The one that you saved
And I've gone and thrown it all away

Angel of mercy the one and the only
'Salvation is sweet' I heard you say
You're light shining through me
Well it's doing things to me
And I'm really glad you flew my way

Sister Salavation
Is it a dream?
Or can I believe you're here to stay?
This town is my Heaven
My soul is at peace
And I recognise that tambourine
And I recognise that tambourine
And I recognise that tambourine

Song Length
Country - Rock, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Content, Delighted

Subject Matter

2000 and later

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