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"Everyday People"


I'm not ashamed to tell the whole world, oh
Without You I'm nothing at all,
That I have strings in need of mending
I'm out of tune in certain parts,
So strum the cords of mercy,
Restore my soul completely,
Lay your hand upon me,
And this instrument will breathe.

[Chorus:]
Cause Your the music of my heart
(Yea yea yea yea)
The melody within my soul
(Yea yea yea yea)
The song that holds me in the dark
(Yea yea yea yea)
The fire that warms me when I'm cold
(Yea yea yea yea)
The symphony that calms my fears
(Yea yea yea yea)
The lyric that I long to hear
(Yea yea yea yea)
The Masterpiece, the work of art
Complete before I start
The music of my Heart

Creator of all that is lovely Oh
Write a tune upon my heart,
And when Your finished will you play me,
Like a beautiful guitar,
And strum the cords of mercy,
Restore my soul completely,
And breathe life into me,
And this instrument will sing.

[Chorus]

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