"Be Still" as written by Lucio Rubino, Jordan Mohilowski, Ron Mcclelland and Aaron Rice....
I remember all the times
The good times and the bad
I'm still holding on to You

Some days I wanna run
Sometimes I come undone
But I still belong to You

And that’s how I know that

When I feel like caving in
My heart, my soul is wearing thin
I just wanna give up
And nothing seems at all to add up

Can You hear me, Lord?
My face is down upon the floor
It’s then You whisper in my ear
Be still and know I'm here

I see a side of You, my friend
Same struggles that I have
And my heart goes out to You

I know it’s hard to feel alone
And this world's so unforgiving
I've been feeling that way too

But I can tell You

When I feel like caving in
My heart, my soul is wearing thin
I just wanna give up
And nothing seems at all to add up

Can You hear me, Lord?
My face is down upon the floor
It’s then You whisper in my ear
Be still and know I'm here

Is that You?
Is this me?
It's sometimes hard to believe that
I am not alone

It’s not just You
And not just me
We all need to believe that
We are not alone

When I feel like caving in
My heart, my soul are wearing thin
I just want to give up
And nothing seems at all to add up

I know You hear me, Lord?
When my face is down upon the floor
It’s then You whisper in my ear
Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)

Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)
Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)

Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)
Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)

Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)
Be still and know I'm here
(We are not alone)




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"Be Still" as written by Jordan Mohilowski Ron Mcclelland

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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