Must have been that summer, 1959
He was handed the promise of freedom
If he could stay alive

It was fifteen years later
He looked into my eyes
Handed me that promise
And it died when he died
I was born to fail and find deeper paths

Deeper than my wounds
Deeper than heritage
Your love runs always deeper

In the icey grip of winter, 1993
I awakened into a new life
An unknown liberty

But the new clothes they gave me
Would not grow as I grew
Like a seed in the deserts arms
Lord still Your love breaks through
I was born to fail and find deeper paths

Deeper than my sore
Deeper than religion
Your love runs always
Your love runs always deeper

Deeper than my wounds
Deeper than heritage
Your love runs always
Your love runs always
Your love runs always deeper.





Lyrics submitted by New Year's Project

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