My God is nothing to run away from

by Thrill Touch

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released February 17, 2017

Written by Bianca Ascencio, Jake Irvin, and Michael Gross, recorded and produced by Bryan Santizo

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Track Name: On a Boat to Carry Us Home
From this vehicle I'm in, I feel the warmth and I can see light
I can feel, I can feel, I can feel, I can feel
I can sense my somethingness as it's submerged in acid icy water
I can feel, I can feel, I can feel, I can feel
I recognize my nothingness as something missing from the sky at night
that I can see, I can see, I can see, I can see, I can feel
I can feel

I can see the sunlight
I can feel the sunlight
I can see the sunlight
from this car, I can fly
Track Name: Right
This love has taken its toll on me
Your frown will
swallow your mouth
To speak of my heart
To speak of my heart

My lord, my lover
of reasoning for life,
for sickness, for the trembling
of my heart
The beat of my heart
The beat of my heart

I said, "My God is nothing to run away from,
He takes me by the neck, and He treats me right, right?"
Right

It's hard to see the reasons why
we're forced to leave the world behind, it's hard to see
the reasons why we die

I said, "My God is nothing to run away from,
He takes me by the neck, and He treats me right, right?”
Right

I'm small,
I'm nothing,but fear and my belief
in you, in kindness,
in these, these times of grief
you offer me,
you offer me,
I’m small
I’m nothing
I'm nothing.
Track Name: Trauma II (For John)
My life, my breath, is free,
in lines that fall
down the middle of the street
I seek adventure,
but it's too much for me
I'll be with you soon, she sang,
“Ahh”

I know I'm not at home
Can't see where I have gone
And I love my father
as he loves me,
And I love my mother, she sang, “Ahh”