"You Did That For Me" as written by Pierce Ray Pettis and Jonell Mosser....
Don't have to cry anymore
Don't have to worry about what's in store
Walked that road exhausted and poor
Oh, I don't have to cry anymore

Don't have to know it all
Don't have to be so proud, stand so tall
Climb that mountain only to fall
Oh, I don't have to know it all

You did that for me
Yeah, You did that for me
You wore the chains so I could be free
Yeah. You did that for me

Don't have to be ashamed
Don't have to hang my head, shoulder the blame
Wondering if my has been in vain
Oh, I don't have to be ashamed

You did that for me
Yeah, You did that for me
You wore the chains so I could be free
Yeah, You did that for me

Man of sorrows
Well acquainted with grief
Dragged through the city dump
Spread eagle on a crossbeam
Propped up like a scare crow
Nailed like a thief
There for all the world to see

You did that for me
Yeah, You did that for me
You wore the chains so I could be free
Yeah, You did that for me
Oh, You did that for me


Lyrics submitted by martincr70

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