Back to the Dust

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“Where is your heart?”

Those who run with the Bound will likely understand why this song is posted. One who does not may wish to see the “Filed Under” Categories shown at the bottom of this entry.

 

Back to the Dust,” words and music by Sarah Brendel

Back to the dust
Back to the dust
We have no money to save
Only us, only us

Back to the dust
Back to the dust
We have no money to share
Only us, only us

Burning woods
I can see the smoke
Coming over the mountains
Like a crawling snake
My heart is in a hurry
My feet don’t walk
My view is frozen

Our little house
It will burn
Before the wicked returns
Before the rain awakes
It will tremble and fall, fall

Back to the dust
Back to the dust
We have no money to save
Only us, only us

Back to the dust
Back to the dust
We have no money to share
Only us, only us

Burning woods
I can see your smoke
As you come down over the mountains
Like a crawling snake
My heart is in no hurry
My voice can’t speak
My view is frozen

Our little house
It will burn
Before the wicked returns
Before the rain awakens
It will tremble and fall, fall

Back to the dust
Back to the dust
We have no money to save
Only us, only us

Back to the dust
Back to the dust
We have no money to save
Only us, only us

Where is your heart
Where is your heart
I know the fire
Won’t tear it apart

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The lyrics are posted from newreleasetuesday.com. Don’t be distracted by the video, as fine as it is and special to those who have appreciated Larry Norman’s life. It was recorded scant months before his death.
I think we will contact Sarah Brendel or her management, to ask permission to use the song unattached.

Update


Thank you very much for this song, Ms. Brendel
And thanks for the like.

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