Where Was I (Job’s Song)

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Download the MP3 as a single. Track 3 on album: OAK 

A song about anger and processing it by personalising God’s response to Job’s expressions of frustration in the book “Job” in the Bible.

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℗ © Copyright Pamela Joy Crawford 2003

WHERE WAS I (JOB’S SONG) LYRICS

Sometimes I get angry with the way that things turn out
I think that they should be easier on me
But where was I when You placed the stars in the sky
Where was I when You made the mountain high?

Sometimes I clench my fists and hold them on my hips
I shout at You and say “You should do it my way”
But where was I when You placed the stars in the sky
Where was I when You made the mountain high?

Am I broken to finally hear?
Am I broken to finally hear what You’ve saying all along?

You’ve been around forever with a plan cleverer
than man, women, scientist or philosopher
Because You were there before time
So my thoughts are not Your thoughts
Yet I’m giving arrogant orders to You
The maker of it all You are, but where was I
When You placed the stars in the sky?
Where was I?
Where was I when You made the mountain high?
Where was I?

 

CREDITS

Lyrics & Music: Pamela Joy
Assistant Production: Mike Avery, Allan Neuendorf
Guitars: Jayden Lee, Pamela Joy
Percussion: Travis Easton, Rod Wilson
Bass: Rod Gear
Shakuhachi: Anne Norman
Vocals: Pamela Joy
Product Art: Rachel C.D. Marks (“Scarlett and Sam” Series)

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