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A Little Bit of Grace

 
 

Words and music by Steven Andrew Kacsmar ©2011

 
   
 

I hit the road to Memphis, just to kill some time
I found myself at Graceland, the place looked like some kind of shrine
I felt a little bit foolish, lined up for the tour
But as we climbed that emerald hill I felt my spirits soar

I said a prayer, right there at the grave of Elvis
I said a prayer to the patron saint of Tennessee
I said a prayer, right there at the grave of Elvis
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me

I looked at all the faces, some were worn with care
Some were young and hopeful, some just came to stare
As the king sang to us, a hush fell on the crowd
But I just couldn’t help myself, I sang along out loud, yes I did

I said a prayer, right there at the grave of Elvis
I said a prayer to the patron saint of Tennessee
I said a prayer, right there at the grave of Elvis
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me

Didn’t pray for love, ‘cause I found someone who’s gonna stay
Didn’t pray for money; ‘cause sometimes it just gets in the way
Fame and glory, well I know it isn’t what I need
So I just prayed the blues for a visit from the muse
And for the music to play through me

I said a prayer, right there at the grave of Elvis
I said a prayer to the patron saint of Tennessee
I said a prayer, right there at the grave of Elvis
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me
I prayed for a little bit of grace to shine on me

         
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