Steven  Mustill

Steven Mustill

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Folk - Religious | Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
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Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

This song decribes several different opinions on how we came to be. One opinion scientific, one opinion secular, the last statement from Jesus, regarding why we shoud count the cost and come to him.

Story Behind the Song

Experiences we've had with people who have different views other than belief in Christ, or no belief at all

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I was hoping to hear a song that would be great to listen to on Resurrection Sunday, and boy, you delivered. This is one of the best Folk/Religious songs that I have ever reviewed. The message is so true, and originally expressed. There is NOTHING trite about this song at all. Guitar playing is simple and simply beautiful. Vocals are crystal clear and easy to understand. Lyrics are 100% perfect, in my opinion. Love the chorus "There's nothin' evolvin' involvin' mercy. WOW! The way you brought in Jesus Christ was amazing. You put a big smile on my face, brother!

    - Kate Carpenter
Lyrics

I heard a fellow saying we were molecules,
he told me that he got from a book at school, and long ago he said we crawled up on a beach, and set us up a classroom and began
to teach.
How we climbed the Himalayas
from Gallapagos ; developed
enough fingers, we could count our toes,
then we started in making up and breaking rules,
spinning and bumping like the Molecules.

Another lady told me it was crystal clear,
that everything's a dream and we ain't even here,
To her it didn't matter, nothings right or wrong,
When it's over, man it's over, we're already gone.
Then she asked me why I bothered standing up to dance, as if to say this morning didn't stand a chance, when at any given moment we'd just disappear, and she was staring at the ground like it was crystal clear.

Chorus

But there's nothing evolving involving mercy,
it's more than just a dream concerning love,
there's nothing like water when you're thirsty, ther's nothing like love.

A friend of mine was saying
I was really lost.
that I oughta take the time and
try to count the cost,
when I thought about it
I knew what He said was true, so I asked Him if there was anything that I could do.
At the answer he gave me
I broke down and cried, He said,
believe I did it all when I was crucified,
and I rose up from the dead so you
could come to me.
Then He smiled and said He loved me
and He set me free.
There' nothing evolving involving mercy,
it's more than just a dream concerening love.
There's nothing like water when your thirsty.
There's nothing like love,

© 1995 Steven Mustill/B.M.I.

Song Length
2:35
Genres
Folk - Religious, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Content, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Existence, Spirituality

Similar Artists
Bob Dylan, Tom Waits
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits S. T. Mustill
Music Credits S. T. Mustill
Producer Credits S.T. Mustill
Publisher Credits S. T. Mustill
Performance Credits S. T. Mustill
Label Credits S. T. Mustill