Essential Songs: Rescue by Seabird

Seabird

This soaring song of redemptiom from Christian music progressive rock band Seabird was used as the theme for the short-lived but critically acclaimed ABC televison show Pushing Daisies.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k6K_IdRgVE

Rescue
I’m pushing up daisies, I wish they were roses
I feel like I’m drowning but nobody knows it
I’m pushing up daisies, I wish they were roses
I feel like I’m dying, just want you to notice

somehow the grave has captured me
show me the man I used to be
just when I feel my breath is running out

the earth moves and you find me, alive but unworthy
broken and empty, but you don’t care
cuz you are my rapture, you are my savior
when all my hope is gone, I reach for you
you are my rescue
you are my rescue

I’m swimming to safety, but even with my best
if I don’t see that rope soon, this might be my last breath

somehow the grave has captured me
show me the man I used to be
just when I feel my breath is running out

the earth moves and you find me, alive but unworthy
broken and empty, but you don’t care
because you are my rapture, you are my savior
when all my hope is gone, I reach for you
you are my rescue

don’t let me drown
can you hear me
cuz I am
“drawlin out” (not sure)
I’m underground
won’t you pull me out

the earth moves and you find me, alive but unworthy
broken and empty, but you don’t care
because you are my rapture, you are my savior
when all my hope is gone, I reach for you
you are my rescue
you are my rescue
yeah, you are my REScue
yeah! you are MY resCUE

I’m pushing up daisies, I wish they were roses
I feel like I’m dying, just want you to notice…

You can add this amazing song to your collection by downloading it from here Seabird - 'Til We See the Shore - Rescue.

Have you ever expreinced this sort of heroic rescue when you were drowning or felt as if you were dead?
Have you ever experienced someone on Earth who, when you were “alive but unworthy” or “broken and empty”, loved you all the more for your surrender?

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