Song of the Week: “What Do We Know?” by Thousand Foot Krutch


Last week, during the pre-college mayhem, I skipped a song of the week (sorry!).  But during that time, I listened to this song a lot and found that the calm, relaxing music and moving lyrics about doubt, hope and perseverance really stuck in my head.  So here’s this week’s (and last week’s) song of the week, “What Do We Know?” by Thousand Foot Krutch.

Here’s the link: “What Do We Know?”

And here are the lyrics:

Pick up the phone, nobody’s home, I’m all alone,
We’ve all been here before,
But yesterday, I saw a change, another way,
As you walked out the door
It’s a twist, a little bit, I’ll admit,
But we’re stronger than before,
Open up, we’ve had enough, we’ve had enough,
Now we’re holdin’ on…. and waiting

What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
I’ll tell you what they’re all sayin’ (X2)

We all try to be somebody, but the world around us
Makes it so cloudy, when,
We all trust where we’re supposed to, but the blood on
Their Hands says we’re not close to, the answer yet
But maybe if we pulled together, we could change
A million lives for the better,
And maybe, if we prayed a little more, we would stop,
Living in fear from the storm
And everyone sings

What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
I’ll tell you what they’re all sayin’ (X2)
….Tell you what they’re all sayin’

Bridge
Every part is you, every part is me,
Raise your hands and sing,
Tell them we can be
Show them who you are,
Show them you can see,
Raise your hands and sing,
Tell them we are free

What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
I’ll tell you what they’re all sayin’ (X3)

Every part is you, every part is me,
Raise your hands and sing,
Tell them we can be
Show them who you are,
Show them you can see,
Raise your hands and sing,
Tell them we are free

What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
What do we know? What do we know?
I’ll tell you what they’re all sayin’

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