"House of Mirrors" as written by Mike Donehey, Jason Jamison, Scott Sanders and Jeff Owen....
You can't seem to see past your own reflection
Caught up in the halls of your introspection
And you're staring at your mirror on the wall
Asking "Who is the fairest of them all?"
'Cause Lord I know, it's not me
If only you could see
That you've already been set free

Well come on, come on
Let's throw our mirrors down
Yeah come on, come on
Let's shatter the glass on the ground

Well you say "Hold on, if I could just try this one thing.
Well I know I can change and that would change everything"
But a house made of mirrors never helped you see any clearer
It's yourself you can't see past
And Lord, isn't that just like me?
If only we could see, that He's already set us free

Well come on, come on
Let's throw our mirrors down
Yeah come on, come on
Let's shatter the glass on the ground

Oh, oh
Freedom's waiting for you now
So come on, come on
And throw your mirrors down

Come on, if you're tired take a step outside
You might find that you can forget about yourself tonight
Oh, come on if you're tired of failed attempts to try
Freedom's waiting when you look outside
Come on, if you're tired take a step outside
You might find you can forget about yourself tonight
Yeah, come if you're tired of your failed attempts to try
Freedom is waiting when you look outside

Well come on, come on
Let's throw our mirrors down
Yeah come on, come on
Let's shatter the glass on the ground
Freedom's waiting for you now
So come on, come on and throw your mirrors down


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"House of Mirrors" as written by Jeff Owen Jason Jamison

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