RISE TO THE OCCASION
It's such a contradiction
To lose all control and common sense
And even intuition
You came along, with a strange new song
And the sweetest innovation
And you said, "One should never fall in love
But rise to the occasion"
To have loved and lost, I know the cost
I fell and almost drowned
If not for you, I'd have missed this view
From higher ground
Now we can touch the sky above
At the Angel's invitation
And we don't even have to fall in love
Just rise to the occasion
Love should be pure and free
A smiling inspiration
And one should never fall in love
But rise to the occasion
Nanci Caroline Griffith, born July 6, 1953, is an American singer, guitarist and songwriter from Austin, Texas, United States. Her career has spanned a variety of musical genres, predominantly country and folk, and what she terms "folkabilly."
She won a 1994 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album for Other Voices, Other Rooms, an album of Griffith covering the songs of artists who influenced her.
Her best-known song is From a Distance, by Julie Gold ... Read More