Only You can decipher this life for me
I just need to start, listening
And I will hear You, I will hear You
Take my hand, come home
You are never alone
And I love you
And I forgive you
Understood and overwhelmed
I’m grateful for faithful hearts
Sound cascading, delicately fading out
That’s when I heard You
Take heart, the hardest part is over
I can’t tell you what you already know
Closed eyes tears falling
What you already know
This chorus, before us
What you already know
These voices, this stillness
What I already know
And all Your, Forgiveness

Take heart
(The hardest part is over)
Take heart
(The hardest part is over)

This pain is not in vain
Just wait and see, just trust in Me

Lyrics submitted by epyon346

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    General CommentI actually know Kim their singer personally...
    Liberty Hall is a very big concert venue here in Kansas City, She said in an interview with a local radio station that she came up with the lyrics for this song during a period before the band had been signed to Facedown Records where they had been doubting (thus the title of the cd doubt becomes the new addiction) whether or not they would make it out of this town. I guess some band was playing that night (I believe it was beloved but im not sure) and everyone was singing along with the lyrics to the song and she was there with the other band members and at that moment she knew that God was with her and everything would turn out okay.
    so the song is more or less about how we need to just stop being so overwelmed with everything and listen to what God is saying to us.
    applejuice05on January 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a beautiful song...Kim has an amazing and angelic voice singing this
    Annaeceon November 15, 2007   Link

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