"Cornerstone" as written by Richard Joshua Brown and Gregg Hionis....
All other ground is sinking sand,
A doubting maze of desert land
Where darkness rules the heart of man
Till the sun shines light on him.

Lord of all,
Show you're strong.
On our knees we fall.

Be a cornerstone.
Be a cornerstone.
Be the rock higher than I.
Be my fortress wall.
Be a foundation for all,
My cornerstone.

This building's swaying in the wind;
The towers crumble down again.
This certainly will be the end
Of them not built on him.

Lord of all,
Show you're strong.
On our knees we fall.

Be a cornerstone.
Be a cornerstone.
Be the rock higher than I.
Be my fortress wall.
Be a foundation for all,
My cornerstone.

You,
You are the builder of my heart.
You held me together from the start.

Be a cornerstone.
Be a cornerstone.
Be the rock higher than I.
Be my fortress wall.
Be a foundation for all,
My cornerstone.

Be a cornerstone.
Be a cornerstone.
Be the rock higher than I.
Be my fortress wall.
Be a foundation for all,
My cornerstone.


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"Cornerstone" as written by Richard Joshua Brown Gregg Hionis

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    General CommentPretty basic, really, but everything complicated always comes back to the basics, doesn't it? Josh Brown is saying that he wants Jesus to be the conerstone of his life, because without Him, everything fails. Love the song. Although it's basic, it's amazing.
    knocloo27on March 15, 2006   Link
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    MemoryOne of my friends used to listen to Day of Fire, but when he heard my brother listened to them, he figured out they were Christan and stopped listening to them. :P sad but funny.
    unggoyon May 12, 2009   Link

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