"Speak Easy" as written by Adam Cory Harrell and Matthew J. Miller....
I don't really understand
Why I'm feeling so disappointed
With the images inside my head
They enter so undetected
But I'd never hurt a single soul
My pulse is beating even faster
When your words speak so bold
I am learning not to speak, yet to listen
I am learning that if I
Choose to speak at all, speak easy
I'm coming to the conclusion
That healing works best
Through silent bruising
So just be patient for all you're losing
Love is patient, love is kind


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"Speak Easy" as written by Deshara Renee Foote Blue Miller

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    General Comment1 Corinthians 13
    kyleeeon July 10, 2006   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionLyrics adapted to singing:
    I don't really understand
    Why I'm feeling so disappointed
    With the images inside my head
    They enter so undetected
    But I'd never hurt a single soul
    My pulse is beating even faster
    When your words speak so bold
    And I, I'm learning not to speak, yet to listen
    And I, I'm learning that if I
    Choose to speak at all, speak easy
    I'm coming to the conclusion
    That healing works best
    Through silent bruising
    So just be patient for all you're losing
    Love is patient, love is kind
    If I trust in God
    I know my wings will grow in time
    my wings will grow in time
    And I, I'm learning not to speak, yet to listen
    And I, I'm learning that if I
    Choose to speak at all
    If I choose to speak at all
    I, I'm learning not to speak, yet to listen
    And I, I'm learning that if I
    Choose to speak at all, speak easy
    Nacilon April 10, 2012   Link

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