Friday, 24 April 2020

[Music + Lyrics] Deitrick Haddon - City Called Heaven

Deitrick Haddon - TIME (Truth Is My Energy)City Called Heaven is a song off Deitrick Haddon’s long awaited project “TIME (Truth Is My Energy)” album.

TIME (Time Is My Energy) now available on all digital stores.



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LYRICS

"City Called Heaven"

Good things come outta Detroit, I was born there
And the summer time in Chicago is beautiful as anywhere
And I like shopping in New York, hanging out in Time Square
Then I take a train to Philly, brotherly lover is in the air

Now if all of these cool cities exist
Why is it so hard for you to be convinced

There's a city called heaven somewhere
There's a city called heaven somewhere
Oh I wanna go, I hope I see you there
City called heaven somewhere

City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven somewhere

They say that there are mansions as far as you can see
They say the streets of gold surrounded by the crystal sea
I say they in despair if you don't believe
I ain't gon' argue with ya 'cause it's a place I never seen
Just because you never seen it doesn't mean that it's not there
You don't see the air you breathin' but you can't live without it

All I'm trying to tell you is
There's got to be a better place than this

There's a city called heaven somewhere
A city called heaven somewhere
Oh I wanna go, I hope I see you there
City called heaven somewhere

City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven somewhere

I got a whole lot of loved ones that I can't wait to see
My grandmother's over there she go by the name of Jimmy Lee
But I ain't in no hurry I'll get there one day
If I keep walking on the narrow way
Gonna share a few laughs with my momma Faye
When I make it to the city called heaven one day

City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven
City called heaven

See my cousin David, see my uncle James
Gonna see Jesus one day, oh

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