This song was recorded by FFH… included on their album, Ready To Fly.

FFH (Far From Home) is a Contemporary Christian band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania in the United States.
The group formed as Four For Harmony, an a cappella group. Over time, they developed a vocal acoustic pop style, similar to that of Avalon, and changed their name to Far From Home. But, that name was being used by a secular duo, so they became known as FFH.

This was probably the first FFH song I’d heard, on a compilation CD. I enjoyed them… and researched earlier songs… adding them to my iPod, too.

This song is a song of praise to God, our Creator.
Bible Reference… Isaiah 55:12; Luke 19:37-40

The time has come for me to leave this place of complacency,
and step out across that line
to the place where I can leave all that I have behind
and give You this heart of mine.
But, what if I’m the only one to break the silence?
What if I’m the only one to crack the ice?

        CHORUS:
        I’ll join the rocks with their singing!
        I’ll join the ocean as it harmonizes with the shore!
        I’ll clap my hands with the mountains, as all creation cries for more!
        I’ll never stop, if I’m the last one living!
        Your song goes on and on, and I must testify!
        I know that I was born to worship!
        So, if all the singing seems to stop… I’ll join the rocks!

My ship is sailing now into an ocean and I can’t tell
what’s on the other side.
But, I know if I don’t leave my heart will never forgive me
and I’ll be left behind.
But, what if I’m the only one to see there’s more to this?
What if we have just begun to scratch the surface? (CHORUS)

CODA:
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah!

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