"Sweet Savior's Arms" as written by and Grey De Lisle....
I lay my head down by the side of the road,
A dry jug of wine at my feet.
My fingertips tremble with yearnin' my blessed Redeemer to meet.

Wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.
Wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.
The wolves of this world, they won't do me no harm
When I'm wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.

I lay my last losing hand on the line,
My last honest day's worth of pain.
The dealer don't show all the riches I know
Wait in Heaven for the Judgment Day.

When I'm wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.
Wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.
The wolves of this world, they won't do me no harm
When I'm wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.

I lay my body beneath the strange sinner man,
My heart slowly turnin' to stone.
But I'll be an angel in garments of white
When my Jesus is taking me home.

I'll be wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.
Wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.
The wolves of this world, they won't do me no harm
When I'm wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.

No, the wolves of this world, they won't do me no harm
When I'm wrapped in my sweet Savior's arms.


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"Sweet Savior's Arms" as written by Grey De Lisle

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