"My God" as written by Keinan Warsame and Dante Smith....
I'm losing contact forgetting what is real
Able to touch but not able to feel
It's easier to shut out everyone
I'm chasing after my newest distraction to escape it all

My God, oh, my God, what have I become?
The self-addicted one
My God, oh, my God, You never failed me
You're what I need

So often I'm the sleeping prayer
More often I'm the weeping betrayer
Sometimes I play the martyr, become the traitor
The humbled sinner has never been a role I knew to play

My God, oh, my God, what have I become?
The self-addicted one
My God, oh, my God, You never failed me
You're what I need

Treason, a pound of flesh is the debt
Leaving a crippled man
I'll give You all I have left
A straining outstretched hand

Is it enough? Is it enough?
Reach down, take me back, take me back

My God, oh, my God, what have I become?
The self-addicted one
My God, oh, my God, You never failed me
You're what I need

My God, oh, my God
(My God, oh, my God)
My God, oh, my God
I'll give You all I have left
A straining outstretched hand



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"My God" as written by Keinan Warsame Dante Smith

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    General CommentThis is probably my favorite TBR song so far. It strikes a chord within my own life, as I've gone through this self-addiction loop so many times, caring far more about what I want than what God wants. It's amazing to me that God does take us back time after time.
    grimertop90on March 04, 2009   Link

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