"You Alone" as written by Jesse Harris and Clare Maguire....
In the autumn of New England
With the sea electric blue
And the Arizona desert
When a storm rolls into view

In the Southern spring time meadows
Where the daffodils have grown
I have seen the glory, Lord, of You alone

In the California sunset
And the Carolina dawn
In the tall wheat field's of Kansas
The Mississippi rolling on and on

In the midnights of Montana
And the snows of Yellowstone
I have seen the glory, Lord, of You alone

You alone have such wisdom
And wonderful plans
You alone form such beauty
With a simple command

I see evidence of power
Know You reign from heavens throne
The glory, all glory belongs to You alone

And the crown of Your creation
This human tapestry
You have formed us in Your image
Yet with such diversity

From the children of all nations
Down to those that are my own
I have seen the glory, Lord, of You alone

You alone have such wisdom
And wonderful plans
You alone form such beauty
With a simple command

I see evidence of power
Know You reign from heaven's throne
The glory, all glory belongs to You alone

There is no other one
That can do what You do
None will I worship
For I'm not [Incomprehensible]

And I see evidence of power
Know You reign from heaven's throne
The glory, all glory belongs to You alone

And I see evidence of power
Know You reign from heaven's throne
The glory, all glory belongs to You alone


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"You Alone" as written by Clare Maguire Jesse Harris

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