"Then I Met You" as written by and Charles Stobo/reid Reid....
Thought that I'd be happy
Gonna be so happy living life alone
And never sharing anything

Thought that I was finished,
Thought that I was complete
Thought that I was whole
Instead of being half of something

Thought that I was growing, growing older
Wiser, understanding why
This world hold nothing for my spirit
Thought that I was destined,

Destined to be nothing,
Destined to be nothing in this world
And then I met you.

I met you

Thought that God had failed me
Thought my prayers were useless
Thought that he would never give
The chance for me to praise him

Thought the book was written
Thought the game had ended
Thought the song was sung
And I could never sing another

Thought my faith was misplaced
Thought my back was broken

Broken by a weight that I
Was never fit to carry
Thought I knew this city,
Thought I knew all about it
And then one night I went to Morningside
And you were waiting
Then I met you.


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"Then I Met You" as written by Craig Morris Reid Charles Stobo Reid

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    General CommentIts about someone changing the others opinion on something. In this case love.
    Spudlyon October 01, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThinking everything in your life is just rosy, then meeting someone and realising your life isn't good without them and having them in it would make it one-hundred times better.

    This song is kind of on here twice. This is the correct title.

    LOVE IT!
    ZooaRooon January 08, 2010   Link
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    General CommentFor me this expresses the futility of figuring life on your own, thinking of God as distant and nebulous.
    The fact he now knows the load he tried to carry, he was not fit for indicates who is, the savior Jesus Christ.
    I see Morningside as the name of a church, and he experienced the personal introduction to the Lord... who'd been waiting on him.
    OkieOrangebloodon June 14, 2017   Link

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