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​Question Of Faith

This song is by Lighthouse Family and appears on the album Postcards From Heaven (1998) and on the album Greatest Hits (2002).

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Question Of Faith
Can't see the truth in triggered words
Don't need a mountain for a wall
See the big old moon spin around the world
Somehow it makes me feel so small
I know I've been living the simple life, really that's the main thing
Nowadays nobody speaks about the way they feel about things
I know I need something to set me right, now it seems there's nothing
Nowadays nobody thinks about a way to ease the suffering
Baby I know you're the first thing
I believe in, honestly
How do you prove what you can't see?
Well, it's a question of faith
Baby I know you're the first thing
I believe in, honestly
Say you don't know enough about me
Well, it's a question of faith
Don't wanna complain, the weather could be worse
But I wish I'd learnt from my mistakes
Don't really need no clever words
To understand what's in your face
I know I've been living the simple life, really that's the main thing
Nowadays nobody speaks about the way they feel about things
I know I need something to set me right; now it seems there's nothing
Nowadays nobody thinks about a way to ease the suffering
Baby I know you're the first thing
I believe in, honestly
How do you prove what you can't see?
Well, it's a question of faith
Baby I know you're the first thing
I believe in, honestly
Say you don't know enough about me
Well, it's a question of faith
I know I've been living the simple life, really that's the main thing
Nowadays nobody speaks about the way they feel about things
I know I need something to set me right; now it seems there's nothing
Nowadays nobody thinks about a way to ease the suffering
Baby I know you're the first thing
I believe in, honestly
How do you prove what you can't see?
Well, it's a question of faith
Baby I know you're the first thing
I believe in, honestly
Say you don't know enough about me
Well, it's a question of faith