Full of Grace Lyrics - Sarah McLachlan

Review The Song (12)



The winter here is cold, & bitter
It's chilled us to the bone,
I haven’t seen the sun for weeks,
Too long, too far from home.
I feel just like I’m sinking,
And I claw for solid ground,
I’m pulled down by the undertow,
I never thought I could feel so low,
And oh darkness I feel like letting go.

If all the of the strength and all of the courage,
Come and lift me from this place,
I know I can love you much better than this,
Full of grace,
Full of grace,
My love.

It's better this way, I say,
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Having seen this place before,
Where everything we say and do,
Hurts us all the more.
It’s just that we stayed, too long,
In the same old sickly skin,
I’m pulled down by the undertow,
I never thought I could feel so low,
And oh darkness I feel like letting go.
If all of the strength and all of the courage,
Come and lift me from this place,
I know I could love you much better than this,
Full of grace.

I know I can love you much better than this,
It’s better this way.



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Touched my heart | Reviewer: Rita | 7/13/12

My mother passed away in Dec. this song can relate to every obstacle she had to endure before she died. Listening to it is so helping me get through my grieving process. Sarah has such an angelic voice and her music is good for the soul. Thank you, Rita

Sadness | Reviewer: Brenda | 2/11/11

I heard this song on Buffy Season 2 and I started crying not because of the end of the episode is sad, but because the song spoke to the way I had been feeling since my uncle passed away unexpectedly a week before Christmas. This song helped to heal the hurt in my soul and heart as I continue to grieve the death of my uncle.

Sarah McLachlan's subtle genius <3 | Reviewer: amorailuv | 8/31/10

Like a third of these reviewers, I first heard this song through the Season 2 finale of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This is SUCH a good song, both in a realistic and an abstract way. Very melancholy, but beautifully done. It's not overly angsty, but Sarah McLachlan puts so much feeling into this piece, it's unbelievable. Love it...

sadest moments ever | Reviewer: tippje | 7/18/10

Really, when your own heart is broken, and you watch the last episode of Byffy season two, and you hear this song, you'll cry like you've never cryed before!

And even if your own heart isn't broken, every girl can relate to buffy in some way.

This is absolutely a perfect combination of music and drama ever!

Buffyversed here too. | Reviewer: tory | 3/8/09

The final ep of Buffy season 2 was THE MOST AMAZING piece of drama ever, and no matter what else I'm sad about... I think about that scene whenever I hear this song. I also get the lump in the throat and some tears. And same with that episode. Doesn't matter how many times you see it!

One of the greatest songs ever | Reviewer: Freakazoid | 2/6/08

I can only say that feel the same way as you other folks, that is I knew the song before I saw the episode of Buffy the Vampire slayer. But i agree it gives so much soul to the way the episode ends. I don't like to admit it but I also cried a bit.... and everytime i hear the song I get a lump in my throat..

Fantastic voice and fantastic lyrics.

Sad | Reviewer: Krista | 7/3/07

Everytime I hear this some I cry so much. I first heard it on the movie "Moll Flanders", it fits so well into the end. Sarah McLaughlin's music is so beautiful. I enjoy listening to her at anytime, it really helps on those down days where you just feel like crying.

Sweet sadness | Reviewer: Kate Hartman | 3/22/07

Like so many others, I first heard "Full of Grace" at the conclusion of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Two, episode "Becoming pt. II".

First, I have to say that if you ever watch that episode, always have a box of tissues handy. It is acclaimed by many for being one of the saddest moments in Television history, and the haunting Sarah Mclachlan song enhances the final moments like no other song really can. This song has such a deep, memorable air and Sarah's voice rings like bells throughout it. I'm a big Sarah M. fan now, and it's not just because her song was in one of my favorite episodes of my favorite TV series. ;)

But I have to say, no matter how many times I watch Becoming, pt. II, I always cry. It never gets old, and although I've seen it about 100 times and will probably see it 100 times again, I'll always end up a basketcase at the end, and most of that has to do with the tone set by this remarkable song.

It definately sounds sad... | Reviewer: Veronica | 2/8/07

When I heard Sarah's CD, I didn't much like this song til I heard it and it was so good. I even checked it from being unchecked on my iTunes that way I can hear it on there, too. Great song and CD!!

Sad Song... | Reviewer: Anonymous | 7/3/05

This is such a sad song....I first heard it on Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2 in the last episode and it made me cry so hard!!

My favorite song | Reviewer: Geneva | 7/4/05

I love Sarah McLachlann! I practically grew up listening to her music. I know her musics not that old, but it feels like I've always known her songs. Recently I was listening to Sufacing again and I heard this song and it instantly became my favorite...it's sad though, but hey that's life!

Great!!!! | Reviewer: Jade | 3/9/05

When I heard it on Buffy the Vampire Slayer; the last episode of season two I cried my eyes out it was the saddest song ever and I loved it!



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