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    Zuluktilar

    6 years ago

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    About “Mercy Now” This is a song about forgiveness – our need for it and our need to give it. Gauthier said in an interview that it came from personal experience.
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    Voodoozahn

    6 years ago

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    Lyrics to 'Mercy Now' by Mary Gauthier. Let me paint the picture I was up in the club with the homies (with the homies) More shawtys, more hittas Then I saw a pretty girl lookin' lonely (lookin' lonely).
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    Nedal

    6 years ago

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    Voodoom

    6 years ago

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    Lyrics to "Mercy Now" by KATHY MATTEA: My father could use a little mercy now / The fruits of his labor fall and rot slowly on the ground / His work is almost over, it won't be long, he won't be around / I love my father, he could use some mercy now / My brother could use a little mercy now / He's a stranger to free.
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    Viran

    6 years ago

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    My father could use a little mercy now The fruits of his labor fall and rot slowly on the ground His work is almost over it won't be long, he won't be around I love my father, he could use some mercy now My brother could use a little mercy now He's a stranger to freedom, he's shackled to his fear and his doubt The pain that he lives in it's almost more than living will allow I love my brother.
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    Voodoor

    6 years ago

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    "Mercy Now" was my hook, and it's Mary's signature song, for very real reasons. There are no throw-aways on this or her other albums. The backing vocals and instruments are masterfully created and often, I feel a chill on some songs/5(80).
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    Doubei

    6 years ago

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    Mercy Now cuts deep into the heart -- it showcases not only Gauthier's prowess with the poetry and craft of song, but her humility and wisdom as she digs further into its chamber of secrets.8/
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    Kigarn

    6 years ago

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    I love my father, and he could use some mercy now My brother could use a little mercy now He's a stranger to freedom He's shackled to his fears and doubts The pain that he lives in is Almost more than living will allow I love my bother, and he could use some mercy now My church and my country could use a little mercy now As they sink into a.
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