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Jars Of Clay Lyrics

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Jars Of Clay Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Two Hands
2 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
3 Five Candles (You Were There)
4 Hand
5 Heaven
6 God Will Lift Up Your Head
7 Crazy Times
8 Collide
9 Famous Last Words
10 Light Gives Heat
11 Love Song for a Savior
12 All My Tears
13 I'm Alright
14 No One Loves Me Like You
15 Coffee Song (Good Coffee, Strong Coffee)
16 The Valley Song (Sing Of Your Mercy)
17 Headphones
18 Art In Me
19 Don't Stop
20 The Stone
21 Boys (Lesson One)
22 Boy On A String
23 Flood
24 Take Me Higher
25 Fade To Grey
26 Can't Erase It
27 Oh My God
28 Goodbye, Goodnight
29 Whatever She Wants
30 Love Came Down At Christmas
31 Overjoyed
32 Worlds Apart
33 Tea And Sympathy
34 Little Drummer Boy
35 River Constantine
36 Weighed Down
37 Sad Clown
38 5 Candles (You Were There)
39 Safe To Land
40 Blind
41 Dead Man (Carry Me)
42 Something Beautiful
43 Work
44 Crazy Times (Live)
45 What Wondrous Love
46 Love Will Find Us
47 Revolution
48 New Math
49 There Is A River
50 Water Under the Bridge
51 The Scenic Route
52 Four Seven
53 Waiting For The World To Fall
54 Call My Name
55 Fly
56 I'll Fly Away
57 Good Monsters
58 Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
59 There Might Be A Light
60 Forgive Me
61 Come Thou Fount Of Every Blessing
62 He
63 Only Alive
64 No Greater Love
65 I Need You
66 Bethlehem Town
67 Someday at Christmas
68 Heart
69 Dig
70 Like a Child
71 My Heavenly
72 Frail
73 Benediction
74 Silence
75 This Road (Live)
76 Surprise
77 After the Fight
78 Save My Soul
79 Redemption
80 Liquid
81 Jars Of Clay - Flood
82 Hymn
83 We Will Follow
84 Scarlet
85 Be Thou My Vision
86 Age of Immature Mistakes
87 Reckless Forgiver
88 Caught-Escape
89 Faith Enough
90 It Is Well With My Soul
91 Much Afraid
92 Eyes Wide Open
93 The Comforter Has Come
94 Human Race
95 Love Won't Let Us
96 Grace
97 Hiding Place
98 Sinking
99 Nothing But the Blood
100 Run In The Night (Psalm 27)
101 The Eleventh Hour
102 I'm Alright (Live)
103 The Long Fall
104 Love in Hard Times
105 Lonely People
106 Flood (Live)
107 Jesus's Blood Never Failed Me Yet
108 Portrait Of An Apology
109 Shelter
110 These Ordinary Days
111 Coffee Song
112 Weapons
113 Pennsylvania
114 Amazing Grace
115 Peace Is Here
116 Lay It Down
117 The Edge Of Water
118 Scenic Route
119 Loneliness & Alcohol
120 Wonderful Christmastime
121 Hibernation Day
122 I'm in the Way
123 Truce
124 This Road
125 5 Candles
126 Love Me
127 I Don't Want You to Forget
128 O, Little Town Of Bethlehem
129 Tonight
130 Everything in Between
131 Winter Skin
132 They'll Know We Are Christians By Our Love
133 Show You Love
134 Headstrong
135 Closer
136 Fall Asleep
137 Gabriel's Message
138 Jealous Kind
139 Good Coffee, Strong Coffee
140 Lesser Things
141 On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand
142 Fly Farther
143 Revolution (Live)
144 Skin & Bones
145 I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day
146 Unforgetful You
147 Sunny Days
148 If I Stand
149 In The Bleak Midwinter
150 Disappear (Live)
151 It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
152 Left Undone
153 Drummer Boy
154 Jesus, I Lift My Eyes
155 Needful Hands
156 Trouble Is
157 Eleventh Hour
158 The Widowing Field
159 O Come and Mourn With Me Awhile
160 Inland
161 Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet
162 Rose Colored Stained Glass Windows
163 Ship Wreck
164 Disappear
165 Fly (Live)
166 Mirrors & Smoke
167 Five Candles
168 Small Rebellions
169 Sing
170 The Chair
171 Out Of My Hands
172 Love Is The Protest
173 Even Angels Cry
174 Hero

Jars Of Clay Bio

Jars of Clay is a Christian rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. They met at Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois.

Jars of Clay consists of Dan Haseltine on vocals, Charlie Lowell on piano and keyboards, Stephen Mason on lead guitars and Matthew Odmark on rhythm guitars. Although the band has no permanent drummer or bassist, Jeremy Lutito and Gabe Ruschival of Disappointed By Candy fill these roles for live concerts. Past tour band members include Aaron Sands, Scott Savage, and Joe Porter. Jake Goss was recently added to the band to play drums for their summer tour. Jars of Clay's style is a blend of alternative rock, folk, acoustic, and R&B.

Dan Haseltine, Steve Mason, Charlie Lowell and Matt Bronleewe formed Jars of Clay at Greenville College, in Greenville, Illinois in the early 1990s. Charlie Lowell first met Dan Haseltine after noticing that he was wearing a Toad the Wet Sprocket  shirt. Pursuing a career in music together was not necessarily their original goal; some of the first songs they wrote together were for music and recording classes they were taking at the time.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jars_of_clay