Each Day

September 19, 2008 at 9:38 am | Posted in song ideas, songs with words | Leave a comment

here’s a song inspired by a recent sermon in church on Matthew 6. I’ve got old-timey, gospely tune in my head for it…we’ll see how it works out.

Each Day

each day has enough trouble of its own
each day has enough trouble of its own
but you say not to worry
but you say not to worry
cuz each day has enough trouble of its own

there’s an old man who’s dying, and everyone knows but him
there in bed he’s lying, don’t know he’s near the end

there’s a young mom sick and tired, finally seen enough
dad’s not coming around, now she’s called his bluff

we’re down on our luck
we’re down on our knees
you said watch the birds
and consider the lillies

each day has enough trouble of its own
each day has enough trouble of its own
but you say not to worry
but you say not to worry
cuz each day has enough trouble of its own

there’s a son of a widow who found out the tests were positive
now no one knows but Jesus just how long she’ll live

there’s young man who hasn’t seen a paycheck in 8 weeks
the kids are getting hungry, the roof is springing leaks

we’re looking for God’s kingdom
not sure we’ve found it yet
you promised all these things
but the sun is starting to set

each day has enough trouble of its own
each day has enough trouble of its own
but you say not to worry
but you say not to worry
cuz each day has enough trouble of its own

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