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  1. Where Grace Lives
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Where Grace Lives

There’s a hundred year old oak tree in the front yard
As a kid I always thought it touched the sky
There’s a front porch swing where she sits summer evening
And waves to every neighbor passing by

Just inside the front door hangs a picture
Of grandpa when he still was here with us
There's a family Bible sitting on the table
It’s never had the chance to gather dust
There’s always something cooking on her kitchen stove
In the small town, everybody knows

Where grace lives, where love is
Waiting to welcome all who come in
It's just down the road a little ways
If you’re looking you can’t miss the place
Where grace lives

Well today her best friend, Goldie came to see her
With a broken heart, she said goodbye
As she added one more rose to all the flowers
She stood there for a moment and she cried
Lord, I'm gonna miss her
But, I know it won’t be long
Til it's my turn, I'll be moving on

Where grace lives, where love is
Waiting to welcome all who come in
It's just down the road a little ways
If you’re looking you can’t miss the place
Where grace lives
It's just down the road a little ways
If you’re looking you can’t miss the place
Where grace lives
Where grace lives

Theres a hundred year old oak tree in the front yard