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Morning Song – Hammer And A Nail

February 24, 2016

Emily Saliers isn’t just a “preacher’s kid”; she’s a theologian’s kid. So when, in “Hammer And A Nail”, she sings about the dangers of overthinking and the liberating power of doing, she knows whereof she speaks.

Now I know a refuge never grows
From a chin in a hand in a thoughtful pose,
Gotta tend the earth if you want a rose….
But my life is more than a vision;
The sweetest part is acting after making a decision.


From → Music

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