From the recording Tell Me What to Do

"Tell me what to do" is a song about a person looking up unto God in a time of pain and confusion. It ends with what some may call an unexpected response from God.

Lyrics

I don't know what more to do Lord
So please tell me what to do Lord
I don't know what more to do Lord
So please tell me what to do Lord

Dear God,
See, I keep keeping up appearances
While I'm committing apparent sins
On different days
At different scenes
I'm making choices and they're changing me into a different being
But I wanna see the person you’re seeing
Cos to me, I feel like I'm the villain
Feeling like I'll never ever be forgiven
While I'm running so fast away from the life that I've been freely given
Sometimes I wish things were perfect in Eden
We'd all believe
No one ever being a heathen
If Adam and Eve controlled all their eating
Maybe we'll be in a meeting with You this evening
See I'm not one to complain
But all these thoughts going on back and forth up in my brain
Making me think about the life that could have been
Without me having to worry or wonder all about my sins, yeah

I don't know what more to do Lord
So please tell me what to do Lord
I don't know what more to do Lord
So please tell me what to do Lord

Oh God
Oh God
I’m calling out to You
Answer my call

Oh God
Oh God
You are my God
Oh God
Oh God

Child,
In the midst of all the noise listen
In the midst of all the chaos listen
Cos I hear you when you cry
I'm always by your side
The truth is that I'm never distant
But it's your sins that have put you away
Evil thoughts in your heart, they have led you astray
You're running away from my ways
But the truth is there is no other way in which a person can be saved
So fall on your knees, pray in Jesus name
Thanking Him for His amazing grace
The grace that says you’re whole again
It washes away all your sins
It makes all of the difference
Keep being thankful for all that I've done
I freely gave Jesus, my one begotten son
In this world you'll have trials
But be at peace, you have Christ
You have more than enough