Tuesday’s Tunes: Hope For Me Yet by Marc Broussard.

17 Jan

So, I’m a big music person. My favorite artist recently, Marc Broussard, was introduced to me by a friend. I’m especially excited because Marc Broussard is coming to play at The Orange Peel in Asheville on February 10th. I can’t wait to hear him play live. It’s going to be amazing!

Here are lyrics to one of my favorite songs by Marc Broussard, called “Hope For Me Yet”:

I could bless the water
But it wouldn’t turn to wine
Paint a picture of the sunset
Hanging there in your eyes
But it’d just be some compromise

I could write a million verses
Every word you’ve heard before
Steal some of Dylan’s best
But it’d leave me wanting to say more
Cause there’s so much more

Baby if you could love someone like me
There’s no end to the possibility
Hopes and dreams push away the pain and regret
But loving you just lets me know
There might be hope for me yet
Hope for me yet

Sometimes when I look back
I don’t even know myself
It blows my mind to think that I’ve found grace in someone else
Baby your grace is something else

Baby if you could love someone like me
There’s no end to the possibility
Hopes and dreams push away the pain and regret
But loving you just lets me know
There might be hope for me yet

For a man who’s done nothing
I’ve been blessed with so much more than I deserve
I’m smart enough to know that I’ve been handed something
Can’t put a price on what it’s worth

Baby if you could love someone like me
Theres no end to the possibility
Hopes and dreams push away the pain and regret
But loving you just lets me know
There might be hope for me yet
Hope for me yet
Hope for me yet

I don’t know what it is about this song, but I just love it. I think it’s the mixture of the beat and the lyrics. Either way, it’s great.

Have you heard any new music recently that has spoken to you or that you’ve just really enjoyed? 

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