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HeIsTheArtist - God Is On My Mind (R&B)

HeIsTheArtist's song 'God Is On My Mind' is a great reminder in today's fast-paced world that God is always with us, even when we lack patience. The song reiterates the biblical message that sometimes we have to wait for God's greatest gifts, but they are always worth the wait.

The song begins with the repeated phrase 'Each and every time' followed by 'Woosah,' which means taking a deep breath during stressful situations. This is a powerful way to convey the importance of pausing and taking a deep breath when we feel overwhelmed. The song continues to repeat 'Woosah' throughout, creating a rhythmic and meditative experience for the listener.

HeIsTheArtist - God Is On My MindThe lyrics touch on the idea that people have tried to take advantage of the artist, to 'make a buck off' him, but the artist remains confident that 'God is on his way.' The repeated phrase 'God is on his way' serves as a powerful affirmation of faith, encouraging listeners to trust in God's timing.

The lyrics also reference someone putting a 'hex' and 'chains' on the artist, but ultimately God frees him from those restraints. This metaphorical description of feeling trapped and then released is relatable to anyone who has experienced hardship and overcomes it with the help of faith.

'God Is On My Mind' is a powerful and uplifting song that reminds listeners to have faith in God's plan and trust in His timing. The repeated use of 'Woosah' creates a meditative experience that encourages listeners to take a deep breath, and in that brief pause be able to find the true source of peace in the midst of chaos. The song is a must-listen for anyone in need of a reminder that God is always with us.


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