"Listen To The Sound" as written by Jason Roy and Robert Hawkins....
Are you in over your head?
Are you on water so deep your drowning?
Do you think you've been left,
And there is no one to feel your hurting?

Well everybody has been there
And everybody's felt lost
If you're in over your head
Lift it up
Lift it up

Oh, listen to the sound of hope
That's rising up
Over your old horizon
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound
And listen to the sound of a new beginning of
This is where the old is ending
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound

I hear you say your alone
I hear you sayin' that you'll never make it
I've got to tell you you're wrong
'Cause I have been down this path you're taking

You'll never know what Faith is
Till you don't understand
Sometimes it takes the silence
To finally hear His plans

Oh, listen to the sound of hope
That's rising up
Over your old horizon
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound
And listen to the sound of a new beginning of
This is where the old is ending
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound

Amazing Grace
How sweet the sound
I once was lost
But now I'm found

Amazing Grace
How sweet the sound
I once was lost
But now I'm found

Oh, listen to the sound of hope
That's rising up
Over your old horizon
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound
And listen to the sound of a new beginning of
This is where the old is ending
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound

His grace is reaching for us
His grace is reaching out
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound
Wherever your are

His grace is reaching for us
His grace is reaching out
Listen to the sound
Listen to the sound
Wherever your are


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"Listen to the Sound" as written by Jason David Roy Rob Hawkins

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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