This month I chosen a giveaway song recommended to me by my
former youth group kid friend Mitchell. (He’s a grown-up now. It’s weird.) I actually had several songs recommended to me for this month, but I really liked the bluesy tune of Mitchell’s suggestion. This month, I’m giving away downloads of “I Believe” by Dustin Kensrue. I love the line in the song “And it’s safe to say I really don’t know a thing, still I choose to believe.” The deeper I get into this project, the more often I feel that way, too.
I’m gifting three iTunes downloads for three lucky winners. Fill in the form below for your chance to win. The giveaway starts today (October 8) and will run until the evening of October 14 (lucky you — it’s a little longer than normal due to Sewing Summit!), when I’ll announce the winners and contact them the download code.
I’m using Rafflecopter for the first time for this giveaway. You’ll have the opportunity to get more chances to than before! Let me know what you guys think! Good idea? Bad idea? If this all fails miserably, I apologize.
“I Believe” by Dustin Kensrue
Seen your face in every child that smiles,
but I can’t help but rejoice.
And I’ve heard the song called thunder,
but I knew it was your voice.
Touched the holes in your calloused hands,
stuck my fingers in your side.
oh I was six-feet-deep in doubt but
now I’m sure that you’re alive
And it’s safe to say we’ll never know everything still blessings we receive.
And it’s safe to say I really don’t know a thing,
still I choose to believe.
Smelt the scent of angel sweet floating in the summer air.
I have breathed in deep the incense,
while the saints send up their prayers.
I have tasted now I see
oh I see that you are good.
And I have ate your perfect body,
and I have drank your blessed blood
And all the answers that I find,
only take me so far down the line.
The tracks always give out
yeah it’s a leap from the lions mouth.