Screen door, Rich Mullins

One more post on Rich Mullins… he and his band perform an impressive feat here with a cup game throughout the song. I don’t know how they manage to keep track of it all.
Great share from The Music Corner. Check out their blog if music (especially Christian music) is your thing.

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Coolest performance ever! I love the cup game. I wish I could sing an awesome song while I did it though.

Lyrics:
It’s about as useless as
A screen door on a submarine
Faith without works baby
It just ain’t happenin’
One is your left hand
One is your right
It’ll take two strong arms
To hold on tight
Some folks cut off their nose
Just to spite their face
I think you need some works to show
For your alleged faith

Well there’s a difference you know
B’tween having faith and playing make believe
One will make you grow
The other one just make you sleep
Talk about it
But I really think you oughtta
Take a leap off of the ship
Before you claim to walk on water
Faith without works is like a song you can’t sing
It’s about as useless as a screen door on a…

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