No Double Yellow Line

by Cindy Foote

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1.
04:15
Verse 1: Love came to visit but it couldn't stay Hope gave a kiss and then it flew away If only jumping rope could spring her high To a solid rainbow she'd climb up to my cloud nine Chorus: She is ready for love Ready for hope to take away the miles Ready to run into forever arms Why, oh why can't I Tap my red ruby slippers and fly her home tonight Verse 2: It takes more than a lemon drop to melt the ache More than skies of blue to clear the way All she wants is home and family Bluebirds have a nest to call their own now why can't she Bridge: Go on and close your eyes and shout it out three times There is no place like home
2.
Verse 1: From sun's rising to its setting Orphans call upon your name Crying Abba, Saying Father We trust you to make a way For us, for love Chorus: Bring our children home Bring our children home We sing Abba, Father you are able To bring our children home Verse 2: In the morning through the evening Families pray and praise your name Asking Abba to be Father Rescuing the one's he's claimed For us to love Bridge: When we cannot see you moving When it seems the dark has won May you find us still believing That you want this more than us You will finish what you started And your plans for us are good Help us cling to what you promised You are faithful, you are sure to (back to chorus)
3.
(free) 03:13
Verse 1: There's an old familiar way to get there Relatively safe and sure Positively blessed and sacred It is straight to the point and good But the same way isn't always calling And certainty may not reply The path ahead still ever sacred But so many of the turns are blind Chorus: Though its a mountain to be climbed There's no double yellow line You can cross at any time Tell your fears to step aside Let love control the ride If you dare Verse 2: There'll be questions raised with good intentions Obstacles around each bend Perhaps the worst collision coming Is the battle of your doubts within And though rocky is the road less traveled Courage comes with great reward Joy will come as fears are shattered Love will overtake the course Bridge: Open your eyes to the signs of the Savior's calling Leading you by his words of light To the edge of the orphan's night Cross over anytime (repeat) Final Chorus: There's no double yellow line Do you hear the children cry One hundred sixty million lives Its time now to decide Will you dare?
4.
Verse 1: I have a message to send across the sea To a woman I will never meet The baby girl left wrapped beneath the stars She wears your eyes She's won my heart Verse 2: I have a song to sing over your thoughts For I know you wonder from afar About the girl who couldn't with you stay She shares your smile She lights my day Chorus: If you could see what I see Here on the other side of the world You would see the grace of God In the face of your little girl Verse 3: She has a prayer she speaks over your soul Asking Jesus to go and make you whole She prays knowing He hears and has a plan She has your voice She holds my hand (chorus) Bridge: Love set free my Liberty Your sorrow not in vain May joy abound May love astound you all your days Verse 4: She has a future that we do not yet know She may get married have children of her own' This love story will never know an end This message out To you I send
5.
03:34
Verse 1: That's where you are from The coastal city of Xu Wen Newspaper's been telling me The day of sweet discovery A miracle on Second Hong Qi Road Chorus: Geography never mattered much to me Til gravity changed my course Now I'm studying the land and seas With my children from all around the world In San Antonio Verse 2: That's where you are from The very heart of Africa Biography's been telling me The story of a baby Prophetically born in Hosanna town (chorus) Verse 3: That's where you are now An island in Atlantic Sea Tragedy's been happening But better days are coming For you at 17 Laboule Road You're coming home Geography's been telling me tonight Distance is ready to lose the fight
6.
Leaving behind everything she knew Now all alone with a strange new view Remembering war and the dust of her land No one here knows the reason she ran She's a stranger among us She is torn between the old and new While her past was unbearable It was familiar to her She's a stranger among us And she's longing to be seen and heard While this land makes its promises Hope's still foreign to her The hustle and bustle of American stride Busily passes the woman who's eyes Are hidden behind the colorful scarf If only we'd stop and see to her heart She has nerves of steel And heart of gold But only Jesus can save her soul Could we be so bold Or have our hearts grown cold 'Cause she lives in our city And she's waiting on hope
7.
Verse and Chorus 1: A tiny little baby Eyes deep as the ocean Gazed at us from a world away Oh how compelling The picture so telling of her woes So we took her in, we took her in To our hearts, to our home And Grace did grow Grace did show How our love can change one girl V and C 2: A butterfly of beauty Humming in the morning Gift from God just a room away Oh Jesus tell her How much you love her as your own And she'll take you in, Take you in To her heart, To her soul And Grace will grow Grace will show How your love, It overflows V and C 3: She was not the only Hungry little baby Millions more all around the globe Wait for the living Water to come filling empty souls So take them in, Take them in Into your hearts, Into your homes And grace will grow Grace will show How to love and change the world.

about

No Double Yellow Line is a 7 song EP inspired by Cindy and Billy Foote's three international adoption journeys. Each song is a window into their family story of adoption. Some will move your heart to tears. Others will move your heart to action. There's no double yellow line on the road to orphan care and adoption. You can cross over at any time.

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released June 1, 2011

Ready: Words: Cindy Foote
Music: Cindy Foote, Jon Meyer, Ryan Gregg
©2011 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/Simple Tense Songs & Inthecity
Songs/Jonny Rocket Pub/ASCAP. (Adm by:
Centricity Music Pub. and Simpleville Music, Inc.)

Bring Our Children Home:
Words and Music: Cindy Foote
©2010 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/ASCAP

No Double Yellow Line:
Words: Cindy Foote
Music: Cindy Foote, Ryan Gregg
©2011 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/Simple Tense Songs & Inthecity
Songs/ASCAP. (Adm by: Centricity Music Pub. and
Simpleville Music, Inc.)

Your Little Girl:
Words and Music: Cindy Foote
©2010 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/ASCAP

Geography:
Words and Music: Cindy Foote
©2010 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/ASCAP

Stranger Among Us:
Words: Cindy Foote
Music: Cindy Foote, Jon Meyer
©2010 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/Jonny Rocket Pub/ASCAP

Grace Will Grow:
Words: Cindy Foote
Music: Cindy Foote, Jon Meyer
©2010 Centricity Music Publishing/Billy Foote
Songs/Jonny Rocket Pub/ASCAP

Produced and Recorded by: Jon Meyer of Paper Walls Studio in Richardson, TX: www.jonmeyermusic.com

Graphic Design by: Travis Lawrence: www.littlepapership.com

Mastered at Bernie Becker Mastering by Dale Becker.

Players:
Joel Cameron - drums and percussion
Scott Lee - bass
Ryan Gregg - electrics (Geography, Ready, Stranger Among Us)
Kendall Combes - electric (Double Yellow Line, Bring Our Children Home)
Sara Donaldson - cello
Milo Deering - violin, steel, mandolin
Piano - Adrian Disch
Travis Lawrence - harmonica, banjo
Billy Foote - acoustic guitar (Your Little Girl, Grace Will Grow)
Jourdan Burks - bgv's
Jon Webb - B3 organ (Double Yellow Line, Bring Our Children Home)
Jon Meyer - acoustic guitar, bgv's, electrics, bells
Cindy Foote - vocals

(c) 2011 Billy Foote Music, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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