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Some people think You're distantJust some words on a pageThat You're nothing more than fablesHanded down along the wayBut I’ve seen You part the watersWhen no one else could pull meFrom the deepThat’s who You are to me
Some people think You just liveIn cathedrals made of stoneBut I know You live inside my heartI know that it's Your homeAnd I’ve seen You in a sunsetAnd in the eyes of a strangerOn the streetThat's who You are to me
You're amazing faithfulLove’s open doorWhen I'm empty You fill meWith hunger for moreOf Your mercy Your goodnessLord You’re the air that I breatheThat's who You are to me
Who You are to me
Sometimes I have my doubtsI'm sure that everybody doesAnd I wonder when I stumbleAm I still worthy of Your loveBut I know that I get strongerWhen I'm talking to YouDown on my kneesYou're everything I need
You're forever HolyYou're the Lamb who is worthyMy forgiveness my HealerThe Messiah my Redeemer
You're amazing faithfulLove’s open doorWhen I'm empty You fill meWith hunger for moreOf Your mercy Your goodnessLord You’re the air that I breatheThat's who You are
You are greater higher over it allIn Your presence Jesus I stand in aweOf Your mercy Your goodnessLord You’re the air that I breatheThat's who You are to me
That's who You are to me
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