Balm for the soul

Leap to the Lord (Leap to the World)

Son, what’re you holding in
Son, what’re you holding in
Son, what’re you holding in
Leap to the Lord out of your skin

And if I could become the river
It would be something to strongly consider

Son you got work to do
Son you got work to do
Son you got work to do
Leap to the World it needs you

And if I could live naturally
I would be led by divinity

Son, where’re you coming from
Son, where’re you coming from
Son, where’re you coming from
Leap to the man you will become

If I could live as a little boy
I feel like each day would bring more joy

Son you got work to do
Son you got work to do
Son you got work to do
Breathe in, breathe out – thank you, thank you
Breathe in, breathe out – thank you, thank you

Son, what’re you holding in
Son, what’re you holding in
Son, what’re you holding in
Leap to the Lord out of your skin
Leap to the World out of your skin

All in good time

From the album

“I know that the future of music is in good hands with people like Seth around to be its caretaker. More importantly, I know the future of our world is in good hands.”

“The argument for the most influential human in the Michigan music uprising of the past decade may begin and end with one Seth Bernard.”

“Paradigm-shifting and culture healing music as resourcing for next-level human stewards of planet earth.”

Elizabeth Wolff
Cultural Healing Facilitator

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