Donn Allard - I Believe In God / Just Once In A While album FLAC
Once In A While Lyrics. I can’t feel my face, but only when I'm with you Please forgive me, oh When I lose control, it's only cause I miss you Please forgive me. Tell me what you mean When you whisper late at night. Once in a while, I’m digging through the scars That we failed to heal, failed to heal And once in a while, I’m digging through the scars Oh, so please go back to sleep. In the ocean glow, where we used to glow Dream about it once in a while When my eyes are closed and I lose control. There's nowhere to run (There's nowhere to run) Coming undone. About Once In A While.
I largely just believe people use God to make themselves feel better about what happens after death. I say that so respectfully it’s ridiculous. I’m not angry about it. It doesn’t piss me off. I just can’t help but see it that way. I can’t change how I feel about it that easily because that’s what I BELIEVE. Because they didn’t feel special before. So they use God and religion to define their life in a quest to inject meaning into it. There’s an all-powerful being up there that cares about YOU. Instant-meaning. That’s the dark side of it. That’s the rational side of me talking. Now allow me to redeem things a little bit. I Can’t Fully Shake The Idea Of God.
Quotes tagged as "believe-in-god" Showing 1-30 of 140. Faith has won it! Fear has lost it! When you get full of faith, the devil gets filled with fear! Keep your faith in light every day and you will keep the devil in fright always! ― Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes. We are all like that ocean, spread thousands of miles away and there is just one lighthouse, the only lighthouse. fortunate are ones who get to see it. some even at the nearest edge are blinded by the storm and some at the furthest can see it crystal clear and some make an effort to save them-self, to find a destination.
I Believe in You is the forty-sixth solo studio album and first children's album by American country music singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released digitally on September 29, 2017, and physically on October 13, 2017, by Dolly Records and RCA Nashville. All proceeds from the album's sales will go to benefit Parton's Imagination Library.
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I Believe in You may refer to: I Believe in You (film), a 1952 British film starring Celia Johnson. I Believe in You. Your Magic Is Real. a 2007 album by Yacht. I Believe in You (Dolly Parton album), 2017. I Believe in You" (Neil Young song), also covered by Linda Ronstadt, Rita Coolidge and others. I Believe in You" (Don Williams song). I Believe in You" (Kylie Minogue song). I Believe in You" (Mel Tillis song). I Believe in You" (Nick Jonas song). I Believe in You" (Paul Haig song).
I once met a wonderful woman who claimed with a copious amount of joy and the kind of pride almost only Jews, Christians, and Muslims hold for their faith that she was a Christian. She noted though that she did not at all believe in the stories of the character Jesus and felt that the Bible was a shameful, bigoted, sexist, homophobic, insane, and downright evil book. I tried to ask her how she meant that she was Christian, if she did not believe in Christ in any way that believing in Christ can be interpreted, nor in the Bible. There is much that is said in religion that would not ever be performed by a being of such intelligence. For example: I believe in a creator. I do not believe this creator will physically interact with the world in anyway, especially not directly with me. That means this creator isn't blessing me and giving me an unfair advantage in life while others starve to death.
I refused meds because they were obviously agents of annihilation. Or perhaps the cocktail of antipsychotics started working. Then, in 1947, John Cade, a psychiatrist working in a hospital outside Melbourne, Australia, rediscovered its medicinal potential. Cade was among the first to conclude that mental illness included bodily manifestations and thus should be treated with medication, not just talk therapy. ‘It required a change in how people understand mental illness,’’ says Robert Beech, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Yale University who conducts studies of medical lithium.
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|A||I Believe In God
Written By – Donn Allard
|B||Just Once In A While
Written By – Donn Allard
Notesearly 70s country-pop with a touch of blue-eyed soul
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- Rights Society: GEMA
|K14253||Donn Allard||I Believe In God (7", Promo)||MGM Records||K14253||US||Unknown|
|2006 060||Donn Allard||I Believe In God (7", Single, Promo)||MGM Records||2006 060||Germany||1971|