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"There Is A God" Sangtekst

Lee Ann Womack

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Try and put your arms around
The 100 year old tree
Climb up on a horse
And let it run full speed
Take a look down at the world from 30,000 feet
On your next flight

Watch a flock of birds
Against the morning sun
Close your eyes and listen
To the river run
Catch a firefly in your hand
Or a raindrop on your tongue
That's right

[Chorus:]
There is a God
There is a God
There is a God
How much proof do you need?

Plant a seed and see
What comes out of the ground?
Find the heartbeat on your baby's ultrasound
In a few years hear it laughing,
And don't it sound like a song?

Stop and think about
What you don't understand
Things like life and love
And how the world began
Hear the doctor say he can't explain it,
But the cancer is gone

[Chorus:]
There is a God
There is a God
There is a God
How much proof do you need?

[Bridge:]
Science says it's all just circumstance
Like this whole worlds just an accident
But if you want to shoot that theory down,
Look around

Just look around

There is a God
There is a God
There is a God,
How much proof do you need?

Oh there is a God
There is a God
There is a God
How much proof do you need?
This song was submitted on March 12th, 2010 and last modified on March 5th, 2022
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"There Is a God" is a song written by Chris DuBois and Ashley Gorley, and recorded by American country music artist Lee Ann Womack. It was released in November 2009.

"There Is a God" is a ballad, backed primarily by acoustic guitar, with steel guitar fills and strings. The song's narrator describes everything she sees, from things of supposed beauty ("Watch a flock of birds against the morning sun / Close your eyes and listen to the river run") to life's supposed miracles ("Hearing the doctor say he can't explain it, but the cancer's gone"), as being proof that "there is a god."

The song was previously recorded by Trent Willmon for his 2007 album Broken In. His version was released as a single in late 2007, although it failed to chart. Womack recorded her own version of the song and a positive response from country radio led to its single release.

The song was met with mixed reception among music critics. Matt Bjorke of Roughstock reviewed the song favorably, and described it as a return to a more "contemporary" country sound: "This song may not please the traditionalists who enjoyed the last couple of albums from Lee Ann Womack but it's also not as 'pop' as "[I Hope You] Dance" was but it might just reach as many people with the strong lyric and Lee Ann's expert delivery of them." Kevin John Coyne of Country Universe gave the song a B-, stating that the lyrics "rubbed him the wrong way" and that Womack's performance was "tepid" and lacking in conviction. Country Weekly reviewer Chris Neal said that the song was "lovely but bland" and criticized the "potshots at science" in the bridge ("Science says it's all just circumstance / Like the whole world's just an accident"), giving it three stars out of five.

"There Is a God" debuted at number 60 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of November 14, 2009. It became her twenty-first Top 40 single on that chart, reaching a peak of 32 in March 2010.

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