"It's You" as written by Ian Ashley Eskelin, Dawn Richardson, Justin Ashly Cox, Wendy Joy Drennen, Glenn Allen Jr. Drennen and Phillip Shorb....
I wish that I could break all the mirrors in my mind
The ones that lie to me and steal away my pride
I wish I could be blind to everything that haunts me,
If I use my heart, I can see your face
You show me the real me

[Chorus]
It's You that I search for
It is You I can't live without
Your hope is what I long for
When nothing's left in me
It's You

This world is always trying to take a piece of me
But you are always there to make me feel complete
If I can keep my eyes on what you have for me
I will face the truth, and never look away
You'll show me the real me

[Bridge]
When I have nowhere else to go
And I can't find my way out
Your light it comes to guide me
I can't hide you show me the real me


Lyrics submitted by JoshPowell

"It's You" as written by Dawn Richardson Ian Ashley Eskelin

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, THE ADMINISTRATION MP, INC.

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    General Commentwhat no comments about this song
    this song is so awesome..
    i think its about someone that loves or likes some and its telling them that they are what makes them feel alive
    =P
    just a quick interpretation
    nice tho
    and first comment
    aristuma21on April 15, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningThis song is about Jesus
    Z1zon May 26, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"It's You" has multiple meanings. One is about the person you love and how he/she makes you feel. Another meaning is how God and/or Jesus saved you and now you can't live with out them because they make you feel complete.
    mementoxmorion July 01, 2009   Link

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