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Never Felt This Way

Never Felt This Way
Pop | Female | Up-beat

Verse 1

I know what it feels like to have a crush on someone

Wanting to know if they like you back; it’s no fun

Analyzing every move they make just to be let down

There’s always been a hesitation and I’m always confused

I hate this little game that I play; I always loose

I read in between the lines but with you I’ve found…



I’ve never felt this way before; I don’t know what it is but I kinda like it

You make the sun shine when it’s pouring down on me

So we’ll see how this turns out but until then, all I know right now

Never felt this way before


Verse 2

I’ve always known that there is something special out there

I’ll wait however long that it might take to get there

My Father already has my story written out

There’s no confusion if it’s right; this is know but I still tried

But I finally quit and let it go




This is something special I don’t want to loose

Whether friend or more it’s someone I can’t loose


I support Eden Ministry!


A ministry I am very blessed to be involved with is Eden Ministry.  You can find their jewelry at my merchandise table, or you can look at their store online HERE.  

Eden began in a very simple way: two housewives with only one evening a week to spare had a desire to do something about human trafficking in their city. They began to prayer-walk around the red light areas and build relationships with all those involved in the sex industry. The vision was to bring God’s love to everyone involved in the sex industry and to see them set free. Twelve years later, they have created multiple shelters in major trafficking hubs in Asia, established an international jewelry business and witnessed thousands of people from the sex industry be impacted with God’s love.  Using their international jewelry business as a platform, they provide career and skill training - empowering women for a new life and future. They continually innovate prevention and outreach programs- transforming entire communities. Eden is a voice to the oppressed, a light to the darkness.