"Controversy" as written by and Cindy Lavonne/howard Morgan....
He's in a city not too far away
And many go to see him
Confess! confess, my people cry
But they do not see
The still frame in my mind

And I know, I know He loves me still
And I know, I know He loves me still
But I can see the controversy
And I can see the controversy

and I can see the controversy!
And I can see it in this
And I can see the controversy!
And I can see it in this

And I will decrease so You can increase

Yeah, let's get this started
I've got a message inside me
And I cannot withhold it
I plead and cry, these people die
And they still do not see
The spear in His side

I would wish that you could see me
In this controversy


Lyrics submitted by shadrack

"Controversy" as written by Hunt Clayton Nick Aranda

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentThese guys are amazing! Why has no one commented any of their songs, everyone on here must be nuts, cuz they are amazing
    rockinallnighton January 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commentim not nuts and i agree they're amazing! luv this song and yeah dont feel like trying to figure out wut its about lol
    indielemon14on June 11, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"And I know, I know He loves me still
    but I can see the controversy"
    This makes me think of when Jesus was on earth and He used to walk around and socialize with society's undesirables. He still loved them, despite their sins, and to some this was seen as controversial. Especially the really elitest "finger-pointing" followers that thought they deserved to have Christ's love. But the whole point is that we have His love out of grace, not due to our own good deeds.


    "And I will decrease so You can increase"
    My absolute favorite line. I need to practice this more in my life.

    PlaysPrettyforMeon March 08, 2009   Link

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