God Looks At The Heart

Someone walks into the room
And it’s easy to assume
That we know what’s on the inside
By their clothes and hair and eyes
That might be a useful tool
But it’s not a hard-fast rule
We might be surprised
For some are masters of disguise

But God looks deep within
Way beyond the surface of our skin
Treated like we all would hope to be
When we judge by their appearance
We forget the deepest part
God looks at the heart

Like an iceberg in the sea
Huge and cold though it may be
There’s a part that’s even bigger
So far down we just can’t see
Now there’s no need here to panic
We’re not riding the Titanic
Like the part the water hides
We must find the heart inside
Take some time to see what’s deep inside


© Chuck Brown – All rights reserved

About Chuck Brown

Chuck Brown is likely to be the most multi-faceted musician you’ll discover this year. Based in Central Ohio, Brown plays piano and writes songs in a wide variety of styles. He has the type of free-flowing musicality it takes to be equally at home in different genres and has a natural feel for diversity. He is known around the world… [read more]

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