“Grace”
Words and Music by Ryan Newcomb

She trips down the stairs, clumsy and new like a child,
She’s a little bit awkward, but, man, when she gives you that smile,
It takes your breath away,
Every time she says,

Everybody needs a little Grace,
Everyone needs some faith,
To believe in the things that your eyes cannot see,
What good is this life?
If you never find,
Who you were made to be,
You will never be the same,
Everybody needs a little Grace,

When she opens her lips to sing you her song,
It’s soft and it’s sweet, and it lets me know I am never alone,
It takes your breath away,
Every time she says,

Everybody needs a little Grace,
Everyone needs some faith,
To believe in the things that your eyes cannot see,
What good is this life?
If you never find,
Who you were made to be,
You will never be the same,
Everybody needs a little Grace,

I guess I grew tired of singing my own song,
Of running from everything I’ve ever done wrong,

Everybody needs a little Grace,
Everyone needs some faith,
To believe in the things that your eyes cannot see,
What good is this life?
If you never find,
Who you were made to be,
You will never be the same,

No, you will never be the same,
Everybody needs a little Grace.