Catch Me by Elyssa Smith #Inspiration #Music

Elyssa Smith is a singer-songwriter in the worship collective, UPPERROOM. They have multiple worship services morning, noon and evening. Their main campus is located in Dallas, Texas. “Catch Me” is the first song on Elyssa Smith’s debut solo album, Wearing a Blindfold and Running. Get a copy of the album from Amazon here.

Jesus is our passion, desire, and pursuit. We love to love Him as He has loved us. Our community centers itself first and foremost around this activity: receiving love from God and giving love back to God through prayer and worship. — UPPERROOM

“Catch Me” Lyrics by Elyssa Smith from UPPERROOM:

If I fall will you catch me?
If I get lost will you find me?
I feel afraid of leaving what’s safe, but I can’t stay here
If I fall will you catch me?

If I walk through that doorway
And the look on their faces say I’m crazy
I’m learning that risks feel like mistakes
But isn’t that called faith
And if I fall will you catch me?
If I fall will you catch me?

Sometimes the valley looks too low
Sometimes the mountain looks too high
There must be more than what I’m seeing
How can I know if I don’t try?

And if I fall will you catch me?
If I get lost will you find me?
I feel afraid of leaving what’s safe, but I can’t stay here
And if I fall will you catch me?
Will you catch me?
Will you catch me?

What if the doors all close and lock
And I find out I chased a mirage
Wondering if I even heard you at all

And what if the cost is high to pay
I’d rather you take the cup away
I second guess if the choice I made was worth it

But what if Heaven is cheering me on
David’s pleading sing your song
Mary’s shouting waste it all
He’s worth it!

And you will catch me
You will catch me
And you will catch me
You will catch me

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