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I was hoping I’d come over, we could peel back that skin of yours
You had told me the door was open, you’d leave a light on upstairs
I don’t know if I missed the house or if the lamp burned away all the oil
But I know this old house is a poor place for my hope and security

I was hoping I’d come over, we could drill down your core
You’re a gem dear, hope you know that, know that’s who you are
I guess I just don’t have the words, or the tools to unearth what I see
I can’t close my eyes til these notes give me some kind of sympathy

Here’s to knowing every valley gives you some room to grow
Every sunset leaves me breathless, leaves me wanting more
It’s a gift all these colors I see as the night imparts a blessing on me
There’s a time and a place for these tears I’ll leave them in my room of yesterdays

The Lord is close to the broken hearted, the Lord is close to me in these times
I sought out the Lord in the mountains in the valley of a thousand waterfalls and His voice overcame any of my fears
Won’t you taste and see that the Lord is good, blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him
And the Christ asked the man, do you want to be healed?

I’ve got too much love and not enough skin

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from Tomorrow Can Worry About Himself, released April 19, 2014

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Derek Joyce Prince George, British Columbia

Singer-songerwriter-soulsearcher Derek Joyce has been penning tunes to process life's trials and joys for years. His first full length album will be finished in the spring of 2014, to much shouts of joy and acclamation. Of the album he says, "These were songs written about going through hard times and finding hope, being hard on myself and finding grace, and the people I find hard to forget." ... more

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