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Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows

This song is by Jars of Clay and appears on the compilation Never Say Dinosaur (1996) and on the EP Front Yard Luge (1999).

This song is a cover of "Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows" by Petra.
Original video
Another sleepy Sunday, safe within the walls
Outside a dying world in desperation calls
But no one hears the cries, or knows what they're about
The doors are locked within, or is it from without?

Looking through rose-colored stain glass windows
Never allowing the world to come in
Seeing no evil and feeling no pain
Making the light as it comes from within so dim

Out on your doorstep lay the masses in decay
Ignore them long enough, maybe they'll go away
When you have so much, you think you have so much to lose
You think you have no lack, when you're really destitute

Looking through rose-colored stain glass windows
Never allowing the world to come in
Seeing no evil and feeling no pain
Making the light as it comes from within so dim

Looking through rose-colored windows
Never allowing the world to come in
Feel no pain, seeing no evil
Making a light as it comes from within

Looking through rose-colored windows
Never allowing the world to come in
Feel no pain, seeing no evil
Making a light as it comes from within

So dim, so dim
So dim, so dim
So dim, so dim

CreditsEdit


  • Dan Haseltine (vocals)
  • Stephen Mason (acoustic guitar, backing vocals)
  • Matt Odmark (acoustic guitar)
  • Charlie Lowell (backing vocals)
  • Additional musicians:

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