Nothing Else

KEY C
BPM 68
TIME SIG  4/4

Song Structure

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Intro

Chorus

I'm caught up in Your
presence
I just want to sit here at
Your feet
I'm caught up in this holy
moment
I never want to leave
Oh I'm not here for blessings
Jesus You don't owe me
anything
More than anything that You
can do
I just want You

Verse 1

I'm sorry when I've just gone
through the motions
I'm sorry when I just sang
another song
Take me back to where we
started
I open up my heart to You

Verse 2

I'm sorry when I've come with
my agenda
I'm sorry when I forgot that
You're enough
Take me back to where we
started
I open up my heart to You

Bridge

I just want You
Nothing else, nothing else
Nothing else will do

Post-Bridge

Nothing Else - In the Bible [Verses & Devotional]

In the song “Nothing Else” by Cody Carnes, we are reminded of the importance of seeking God’s presence and allowing Him to be our source of strength and comfort. The lyrics “I’m caught up in Your presence, I just want to sit here at Your feet” remind us of the importance of spending time in prayer and worship. We can find peace and joy in His presence, and it is only in Him that we can find true fulfillment. 

The Bible tells us in Psalm 16:11You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.” When we seek God’s presence, we can find joy and peace that surpasses all understanding. We can also find strength and courage to face any challenge that comes our way. 

The lyrics “I’m sorry when I’ve just gone through the motions, I’m sorry when I just sang another song” remind us of the importance of being intentional in our worship and prayer. We should not just go through the motions, but instead we should seek to have a genuine relationship with God. We should come to Him with an open heart and be willing to surrender all of our worries and cares to Him. 

The bridge of the song “I just want You, nothing else, nothing else, nothing else will do” reminds us of the importance of seeking God’s presence above all else. We should not seek after the things of this world, but instead we should seek after God and His righteousness. As Matthew 6:33 says “But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” When we seek God first, He will provide for all of our needs. 

We can find joy and peace in God’s presence, and we should seek Him above all else. Let us remember to be intentional in our worship and prayer, and to seek God’s presence above all else.