Saltwater Gospel

Album: Fingerprints (2016)
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  • Every Sunday I see people filing in through those front doors
    Got a cross up on that steeple, yeah it's time to praise the Lord
    Some watch it on their TV, sittin' on the couch
    Me, I get in my old Bronco and point those headlights out
    Oh, ain't got too many miles to go, to save my soul

    Hey I go down and sink my feet in the water
    And I soak up that sun and I watch it set
    Yeah, I can feel the power of the saltwater gospel
    I'm as close to God as I can get
    Whoah
    Whoah
    Yeah, yeah, yeah

    Now there ain't nothing wrong with puttin' on your Sunday best
    Me, I won't be wearin' nothin' that I can't get wet
    I just think about how small I am and life after we're gone
    I'm out here by myself
    But I know I'm not alone
    Yeah, I got all the proof I need
    And it sure makes me believe

    When I go down and sink my feet in the water
    And I soak up that sun and I watch it set
    Yeah, I can feel the power of the saltwater gospel
    I'm as close to God as I can get
    Whoah
    Whoah
    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Amen
    I'm in heaven watchin' all these waves roll in
    Amen
    When I'm lost I know where to get found again

    Yeah I go down and sink my feet in the water
    And I soak up that sun and I watch it set
    Yeah, I can feel the power of the saltwater gospel
    I'm as close to God as I can get
    Yeah I go down and sink my feet in the water
    And I soak up that sun and I watch it set
    Yeah, I can feel the power of the saltwater gospel
    I'm as close to God as I can get
    Whoah
    Whoah
    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Whoah
    Whoah
    Yeah, yeah, yeah Writer/s: ASHLEY GORLEY, NICOLLE GALYON, ROSS COPPERMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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