Download Natalie Grant So Long
Artist: Natalie Grant
Track Title: So Long
Genre: Gospel; Christian
Quality: 320 Kbps
Album Name: Relentless (12 Tracks)
Category: Gospel Songs
Still keeping up the good work, Natalie Grant released this impressive song “So Long” which is off her new album “Relentless”
As one of the favorite gospel artists in America, Natalie Grant dropped the song “So Long” to the hearing of her beautiful fan base. It was recorded and released in 2008 and has started going viral and collecting many streams and fans’ commendations. “So Long” arises from her new album named “Relentless”.
Natalie Grant, born on December 21, 1971, in Seattle, Washington, emerged as a prominent figure in the Christian music industry. Her journey began in the mid-’90s when she released her self-titled debut album, but it was with her sophomore release, “Relentless,” in 2008 that she started gaining wider recognition.
With a career spanning over two decades, Grant’s emotive voice and thought-provoking lyrics have resonated deeply with fans. Her latest musical offering, the 2008 album “Relentless,” consisting of twelve compelling tracks, invites us to explore the various facets of life and faith.
The song “So Long” from the album happens to be the 8th and one of the best tracks you shouldn’t miss from Natalie Grant this time…Listen, download, and share with others below!!!
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Video: Natalie Grant – So Long
So Long Lyrics by Natalie Grant
Mystified by the struggle
To survive my own pride
Haunted by the demons
Of my past life
Who am I and why do I
Are questions that keep running
Through my mind
But underneath this shallow skin
A brand new me is comin’ out,
Comin’ out from within
Farewell to my old self
Good-bye to the lie that I can’t be someone else
Cause who I was ain’t who I am
(I know that) I’ve been born again
Those stains of my history are gone, gone, gone
Apathy, hunting me
Like some contagious disease
Hypocrisy hiding in the shadows
Of the former me
Doin’ what comes naturally
I’m not who I want to be
I’m ready to, ready to be free
Hey, hey, hey
Hey, hey, hey