Walker, Clay - Seven Sundays Lyrics




This tie's fitting just a little too tight
Might have had one too many last night
I wonder if it's written all over my face
It's been a little while since I've seen this place

Still I'm sitting here in the back row
Like a long lost son is come back home
When I bow my head and taken off my hat
A Sunday morning takes me back

Growing up under that hometown church steeple
Learning God hates sin but still loves people
The preacher preaching 'bout the Promised Land
And me thinking 'bout holding Jesse Lane's hand

And one hot summer when I was thirteen
Took my soul to the river and washed it clean
Feels so good, Lord, why can't there be
Seven Sundays a week?

Well, I can still hear daddy singing strong and low
It is well, it is well with my soul
And mama laid up the Sunday best
I can still count every flower on her blue sun dress

I've done a lot of living since those days
But a boy comes back when he's been raised

Growing up under that hometown church steeple
Learning God hates sin but still loves people
The preacher preaching 'bout the Promised Land
And me thinking 'bout holding Jesse Lane's hand

And one hot summer when I was thirteen
Took my soul to the river and washed it clean
Feels so good, Lord, why can't there be
Seven Sundays a week?

It was soft ball games
And it was true love waits
And all of those amazing things
About amazing grace

Growing up under that hometown church steeple
Learning God hates sin but still loves people
The preacher preaching 'bout the Promised Land
And me thinking 'bout holding Jesse Lane's hand

And one hot summer when I was thirteen
Took my soul to the river and washed it clean
It feels so good, Lord, why can't there be
Seven Sundays a week?

Seven Sundays a week





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  1. Pondy Hsu

    This tie's fitting just a little too tight
    Might've had one too many last night
    I wonder if it's written all over my face
    It's been a little while since I've seen this place

    Still I'm sitting here in the back row
    Like a long lost son is come back home
    When I bow my head and taken off my hat
    A Sunday morning takes me back

    Growing up under that
    hometown church steeple
    Learning God hates sin
    but still loves people

    The preacher preaching
    'bout the Promised Land
    And me thinking 'bout
    holding Jesse Lane's hand
    ----------------------
    And one hot summer when I was thirteen
    Took my soul to the river and washed it clean
    Feels so good, Lord,
    why can't there be seven Sundays a week?

    I can still hear daddy singing strong and low
    It is well, it is well with my soul
    And mama laid up the Sunday best
    I can still count every flower
    on her blue sun dress

    I've done a lot of living since those days
    But a boy comes back when he's been raised
    Growing up under that
    hometown church steeple

    Learning God hates sin
    but still loves people
    The preacher preaching
    'bout the Promised Land
    And me thinking 'bout
    holding Jesse Lane's hand
    -------------------------
    And one hot summer when I was thirteen
    Took my soul to the river and washed it clean
    Feels so good, Lord,
    why can't there be seven Sundays a week?

    It was soft ball games
    And it was true love waits
    And all of those amazing things
    About amazing grace
    -----------------
    Growing up under that
    hometown church steeple
    Learning God hates sin
    but still loves people

    Preacher preaching 'bout the Promised Land
    And me thinking 'bout
    holding Jesse Lane's hand

    And one hot summer when I was thirteen
    Took my soul to the river and washed it clean
    It feels so good, Lord,
    why can't there be seven Sundays a week?
    Seven Sundays a week.....

  2. Cindy Keeling Bates

    Love love this song! Clay Walkers voice is so sweet.

  3. Said Zakwani

    my favourite dayy and number omg

  4. faithandhoperay

    love this song

  5. gymgirl68

    I get chills every time I hear this song.

  6. FLCracker94

    best song ever