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8 thoughts on “ You Did That For Me - Pierce Pettis - That Kind Of Love (CD, Album)

  1. You Did That for Me Lyrics: Don't have to cry anymore / Don't have to worry about what's in store / Walk that road exhausted and poor / Oh, I don't have to cry anymore / Don't have to know it all.
  2. Mar 16,  · Pierce Pettis: That Kind Of Love (Compass Records) there's much to enjoy on this, his meditative ninth album. The title track, a doleful hymn to unconditional love, is lovely, but the ballad.
  3. That kind of love Wiser than the wisest sage It's innocence makes me ashamed Til I'm not sure I can take That kind of love Pride and hatred cannot stand That kind of love Greater love hath no man Than that kind of love Won't be kept unto itself Spreads it's charm, casts it's spell No one's safe this side of hell From that kind of love Love rejected and ignored Held in chains, behind closed.
  4. Thank you, Peter you have echoed every sentiment I have surrounding the artistry of Pierce Pettis.. I used to call myself a songwriter until I heard Pierce play in Decatur, AL. Now I occasionally write myself a mantra and wait for the next time Pierce plays in Alabama thankfully he lives here and comes home on occasion:) ~ Chapman James.
  5. Pierce Pettis Lyrics - All the great songs and their lyrics from Pierce Pettis on quileetoresverswil.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfo
  6. Pierce Pettis, That Kind Of Love By Eric Thom Despite his best efforts, and nine solid releases, Pierce Pettis remains well under the radar of too many people. Pity. A world-class songwriter, his career achieved lift-off when Joan Baez picked up one of his songs.
  7. Pierce Pettis did this song in the set he performed the first time I heard him, in, I think, the Christian Aid tent in Greenbelt Festival, late nineties or early noughties. Also in the set was another stunner – ‘Alabama ’, possibly the best song about ‘benign racism’ ever written. When he introduced ‘You Did that..’.
  8. You did that for me You did that for me You wore the chains so I could be free You did that for me Don’t have to be ashamed Don’t have to hang my head, Shoulder the blame Wondering if my life’s been in vain Don’t have to be ashamed Man of sorrow Well-acquainted with grief Dragged to the city dump Spread-eagle on a cross beam Propped up.

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