"Follow You (Feat. Brandon Heath)" as written by and Leeland Mooring Ed Cash....
You live among the least of these
The weary and the weak
And it would be a tragedy
For me to turn away

All my needs You have supplied
When I was dead You gave me life
So how could I not give it away so freely?
And I'll

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world

Use my hands use my feet
To make Your kingdom come

To the corners of the earth
Until Your work is done

Faith without works is dead
On the cross Your blood was shed
So how could we not give it away so freely?

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world oh
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world yeah

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world oh
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world yeah

And I give all myself, I give all myself
I give all myself to You

And I give all myself, I give all myself
I give all myself to You

Yeah

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world (Follow YOU)
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
Follow You into the world

Follow You into the homes of the broken
Follow You into the world
Meet the needs for the poor and the needy God


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"Follow You" as written by Jack Mooring Ed Cash

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    General CommentFrom Leeland:

    "This song was a lot slower at first, but we decided to speed it up, because it gives it more of an urgency. The message of it is so strong--calling out people, saying, 'We've got to do something. We've got to follow God where He is going. And the direction God is going is taking care of the needy, taking care of the broken.' One of my favorite lines on the record is in this song: 'You live among the least of these, the weary, and the weak/And it would be a tragedy for me to turn away.'"
    blondy269on September 12, 2009   Link
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    General Commentyeah..
    purplieon October 30, 2009   Link

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