"Desperate People" as written by and Michael Guy Chislett Joel Timothy Houston....
You crossed the great divide, You took our place
You offered up Your life though we have failed
The veil was torn and love remained
You are holy Lord

Distraction costs us how we seek Your face
We offer up our lives to bring You praise
A love the walls cannot contain
You are holy Lord

We're rising up in spirit and in truth
A living sacrifice we worship You
People undivided, Lord hear us sing
We are Yours and You are our King

This is our love
Hearts joined as one
Desperate for all You are
Lord break down these walls
And see how we love
Desperate for all You are
We chase Your heart

We didn´t come to leave here entertained
Or worship under any other name
We're crying out for You alone
You are holy Lord

We're rising up in spirit and in truth
A living sacrifice we worship You
People undivided, Lord hear us sing
We are Yours and You are our King

This is our love
Hearts joined as one
Desperate for all You are
Lord break down these walls
And see how we love
Desperate for all You are
We chase Your heart

Show us the way to Your heart

We found our voice
We found our cause
Were on our knees, the carpet's worn
We join our hearts
With distant shores and sing to You Lord

This is our love
Hearts joined as one
Desperate for all You are
Lord break down these walls
And see how we love
Desperate for all You are

This is our love
Hearts joined as one
Desperate for all You are
Lord break down these walls
And see how we love
Desperate for all You are
We chase Your heart


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"Desperate People" as written by Michael Guy Chislett Joel Timothy Houston

Lyrics © CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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