Paige Powell | Blackeyed Peas

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Blackeyed Peas

by Paige Powell

Gutsy rock and blues song tells the listener what “I don’t need…” in the form of superstitious good-luck charms, rather, “I will put my trust into the Lord.”
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rock
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Album Notes
Aren’t you supposed to eat black-eyed peas for New Year’s? Yes, it’s for good luck, along with “a four-leaf clover” or a “lucky star.” Exploring all the things we could trust in, Paige declares an absence of fear, putting her trust in the Bible and in the Lord, “…’cause Jesus really is alive!” Paige sings, “Just hand me that Bible, please” and “Halloween and black cats cannot scare me.” Recorded in 1989, lead guitar is performed by Todd Cornett, and bass is performed by Vince Galli. Bluesy harmonica is performed by Brian D. McLaren, founding pastor of Cedar Ridge Community Church and well-known author.



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