From the album Bloom Full

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Lyrics

How much of her current life was written long ago

In small east Texas towns, feeling so alone

How much of the sadness that she wears just like a crown

Will fade away with time and nightly kneeling on the ground




Oh it often doesn’t come around

She’s falling down

For someone to lift her back up

No it often doesn’t come around

She’s falling down

For someone to lift her back up




How much of her future life is written in the stars

As she hands a paper bag to a hungry heart

How much disappointment can she take before she breaks

Although she’s pure and kind, people take and take and take

Oh it often doesn’t come around

She’s falling down

For someone to lift her back up

No it often doesn’t come around

She’s falling down

For someone to lift her back up


Oh if you see her out there, please be kind

If you see her out there, she’s on my mind, she’s on my mind



How much of her worried mind can find a place of calm

Past memories of hell, haunting her too long

Will she ever settle down and make a cozy home

Living safely in the grace and sing a happy song

Oh it often doesn’t come around

She’s falling down

For someone to lift her back up

No it often doesn’t come around

She’s falling down

For someone to lift her back up

For someone to lift her back up