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      The Calling

      Mary Chapin Carpenter

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      Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Calling Música y Letra

      Deep in your blood or a voice in your head
      On a dark lonesome highway
      It finds you instead
      So certain it knows you, you can't turn away
      Something or someone has found you today
      
      Genius or Jesus, maybe he's seen us
      But who would believe us
      I can't really say
      Whatever the calling, the stumbling or falling
      You follow it knowing
      There's no other way, there's no other way
      
      There are zealots and preachers
      And readers of dreams
      The righteous yell loudest
      And the saved rise to sing
      The lonely and lost are just waiting to hear
      Any moment their purpose
      Will be perfectly clear
      
      And then life would mean more
      Than their name on their door
      And that far distant shore that's so near
      They'd hear the calling
      And stumbling and falling
      They'd follow it knowing
      There's nothing to fear
      Nothing to fear
      
      I don't remember a voice
      On a dark, lonesome road
      When I started this journey so long ago
      I was only just trying to outrun the noise
      There was never a question of having a choice
      
      Jesus or genie, maybe they've seen me
      But who would believe me
      I can't really say
      Whatever the calling, the stumbling and falling
      I followed it knowing there's no other way
      
      Jesus or genie, maybe he's seen me
      But who would believe me
      I can't really say
      Whatever the calling, stumbling and falling
      I got through it knowing there's no other way
      There's no other way

      Mary Chapin Carpenter - The Calling Música y Letra

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