Friday’s Freebie

She told him she’d rather fix her make-up than try and fix what’s going on
But the problem keeps on calling even with the cell phone gone.
She told him that she believes in living bigger than she’s living now
But her world keeps spinning backwards
And upside down.
Don’t say so long, and throw your self on.
Don’t spend today away, ’cause today will soon be
Gone, like yesterday is gone
Like history is gone
Just try and prove me wrong and
pretend like you’re immortal. (1 Timothy 6:16)

She said, he said, live like no tomorrow
Everyday we borrow brings us
one step closer to the edge. Infinity.
Where’s your treasure, where’s your hope (Matthew 6:21; Luke 12:34)
if you get the world and lose your soul? (Matthew 16:26; Mark 8:36)
She pretends like she pretends like she’s immortal.
Don’t say so long, you’re not that far gone.
This could be your big chance to make-up
Today will soon be
Gone, like yesterday is gone
Like history is gone
The world keeps spinning on
You’re going, going
Gone, like summer break is gone,
Like Saturday is gone (Psalm 77:5)
Just try and prove me wrong
You pretend like you’re immortal (you’re immortal)
You’re immortal (you’re immortal)
Ha-ah
We are not infinite
We are not permanent (Hebrews 13:14)
Nothing is immediate (Mark 13:7)
We are so confident in our accomplishments. (Revelation 17:17)
Look at our decadence.

Gone, like Frank Sinatra, like Elvis and his mom,
Like Al Pacino’s cash, nothing lasts in this life.
My High School dreams are gone,
my childhood streets are gone (Ecclesiastes 7:10)
Life is a day that doesn’t last for long.
Life is more than money, time was never money. (Ecclesiastes 7:12)
Time was never cash, life is still more than girls.
Life is more than hundred dollar bills and roto-tom fills. (Proverbs 1:19)
Life is more than fame and rock and roll and thrills,
All the riches of the kings end up in wills
We’ve got information in the information age
but do we know what life is outside of our convenient Lexus cages?

She said he said live like no tomorrow
Every moment that we borrow brings us closer
to the God who’s not short of cash
Hey Bono, I’m glad you asked.
Life is still worth living,
Life is still worth living.
Life is more that you are.

Disclaimer: Scripture references added by the author of this blog.

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