From The Heart Of Nashville

by MARK209

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Linda Jollie Beautiful song about God's promise of eternal life. Favorite track: My Home In Heaven.
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"From The Heart Of Nashville" is a testament to the everyday life of all of us. MARK209 has put together one of the most heartfelt projects on the market today. With songs such as "Daddy" and "Who Prayed For Me", this CD is for everyone.


released April 5, 2012



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MARK209 Nashville, Tennessee

MARK209 is one of the most exciting gospel quartets in America today. The intricate harmonies, detailed arrangements, energy, and versatility place this group in a league of its own.

Gospel Music from the Heart of Nashville!
MARK209 lives up to the hype their name suggests with a great blend of modern Country and traditional Southern Gospel.
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Track Name: He's Already On The Phone
(verse 1)
I’ve never had a problem talking to the Lord
There’s never been a single call that ever been ignored.
I don’t have to listen to a boring dial tone
Any time I call Him He’s already on the phone.

I call Him person to person, direct in every way
Don’t need an operator; He hears every word I say
A hotline up to heaven, toll free to the thrown
Any time I call Him, He’s already on the phone

(verse 2)
Sometime I call to ask Him, at times I call to praise
He’ll be calling me any time I miss a day
God lives everywhere, so I can ring Him up at home
And anytime I call Him He’s already on the phone.

(repeat chorus twice)

I might be drivin’ down the highway, working in my yard
All I have to do is use my prepaid callin’ card.

(repeat chorus twice)
Track Name: My Home In Heaven
(verse 1)
You can take my old truck
You can take my old car
You can take all my money
It won’t get you very far
You can take away everything I love and all the things that I call mine … all mine
But you can’t take my home in heaven when I die … oh no, when I die

When it’s all said and done and my race on race is fin’ly won and this body and these bones are left behind
My soul will fly away to a land of endless day and you can’t take away my home in heaven, oh no, when I die … oh no, when I die

(verse 2)
You can put me out of business
You can run me out of town
You can ruin what’s left of my reputation
And you can kick me, kick me, kick me when I’m down
You can say bad things about me to my family and friend and make them cry … all cry
But you can’t take my home in heaven when I die … oh no, when I die