Porcelain Faith
Lyrics Mouth Of The South

Written by: Josiah Lyle, Tanner Allen, Mike Butler, Colton Bartholet, Garrett Metzger

Produced by: Matt McClellan

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You've gone too far now.
I saw the tide swell, violent, pulling at your feet.
You've gone too far now.
Now the current's pulling you under; I watched you sink.
Past the point of turning back,
No sense of direction, no evidence of conviction.
I can see through your masks, I see the pain that you feel.
Was your faith ever real? Because I swear it was.
What made you turn your back on the God who was so present in your past?
Where are your monuments? Where are all your reminders?
How could you forget what he has done?

I wish I could understand and take away what's caused you pain.
If I could I would bear it myself.
I would remove what made you hurt, let it burn in hell.
If I could I would take your place.
I would carry your burdens all the way to my grave.

You are not alone and you never were.
You uprooted from the soil you once knew and sought growth in the thorns.
No roots will survive in the shallows, now you're drowning in scorn.

It's not my goal to cure you,
I'm far too weak to do that on my own
But with everything that I am
I will do my best to point you back home.
Hear the call, hear the call.
Hear the call, hear the call.
I want you to know that I'm right here.
I want you to know I'm not going anywhere.
I want you to know you're not alone.
I want you to know you're not alone.
I want you to know you're not alone.
I will never give up, I will never stop.
I will fight for you even with nothing left.
So never give up and never give in.
When you fall down I will pick you up again.
It breaks my heart to see you like this.
Here you are, no strength to stand.
You gave up everything when you let go of his hand.

Here you are, no strength to stand.
You gave up everything when you let go of his hand.
Hear the call.

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