Sad, broken soul. She’s lost in a world so cold hearted.
Not a lead, not a light to guide her out of this darkness
And she can’t go on, no she can’t go on.
No, she can’t go on any longer in this depression
Down a road in the wrong direction.
I say, “Darlin, put your raincoat on. I can see life is pulling you down.
Flooded with lies and dangerous thoughts of taking the wrong way out”.
Honey, don’t jump the gun.
There’s a life worth living on.
When the world comes crashing down
In God’s arms you’re safe and sound.
Let the love of new life spread
In the light, you’ll walk ‘til death
Then, arise, a forgiven soul
As Daddy says, “welcome home and job well done”
Oh, honey, don’t jump the gun.
A delivered soul, she walks in a world of new salvation.
Planting truth, planting love, sprouting life throughout generations.
And she can’t go on, no she can’t go on
No, she can’t go on without singing a song of redemption.
If you’re headed in a dark direction
She’ll say, “Darlin, put your raincoat on. I can see you got your head in the clouds
I’m simply a light that guides you to life. He’ll be the one to lift you out”.
Alone in the dark, the eyes of your heart see only a life so broken.
Step into the light, look up and you’ll find a Father with arms wide open.
God’s got His arms wide open.
God’s got His arms opened up with love.
So, honey, don’t jump the gun.