Too Noisy Busy (Clock-in)

I’ll tell you a secret

That everyone knows

My heart beats too fast

Infinity slows

When

We

Clock-in to

Stop.

 

Shhhhhhhh

 

I might hear a secret

That I don’t yet know

My heart might be singing

A melody low

If

I

Tap-in to

The beat.

 

Shhhhhhhhh

 

But it’s too noisy, rowdy.

It is too busy; they’re all screamin’

If I’d just check-in to rehab

If all humanity stopped.

If I just stilled to be silent

What would I hear?

 

Shhhhhhhhhh

 

I’d hear Him.

 

Here is His. Here He was. He will probably be tomorrow.

But right now I’m going to go real slow

To listen to Him and me

To hear what I hear

and make sense of anything

To hear what I hear . . .

 

But it’s too noisy, rowdy.

It is too busy; they’re all screamin’

If I’d just check-in to rehab

If all humanity stopped.

If I just stilled to be silent

What would I hear?

I’d hear Him.

 

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