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Poor Old Lu - Do I? Lyrics

  • 'Do I?' was one of the last songs written for Mindsize. About as moody and emotional as any song we've written, it was a great way to bring things down a bit in concert. Like many songs, the live version developed well beyond the album version and, in fact, we also wished we'd had those extra parts for the version on Mindsize.
  • In general terms, 'Do I?' was written to describe a struggle between reaching out to those who don't know the Lord, and dealing with our fear of sharing our faith. In personal terms, this song is about my personal struggle in sharing my faith with my family, and my brother specifically. The chorus states the essence of the struggle - if I I knew love as the Lord does (that is, if I have the Lord's love for these people), these things should not be a struggle at all.
  • She might have been a princess
  • She might've been here with us
  • Or ride so high and far away
  • Is she sleeping safely?
  • Is her sky the same way?
  • Does she know now my own fear?
  • She might've seen the ocean
  • If I'd had the notion
  • To listen closely and obey
  • I don't know love - do I?
  • He might have had the stars in
  • In his eyes and within
  • He might've been my brother now
  • Jesus will you hold him?
  • Showing that you love him?
  • Careless I have been with words
  • He should not see the weather
  • His joy should last forever
  • Please give him reason to go on
  • Well is my treasure ever
  • Any good if I'll never
  • Have the love to give away?
  • We might've seen the ocean
  • I know I've had the notion
  • But I don't know love
  • So what's to say?

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