"The Rock (That Was Rolled Away)" as written by Eric Charles Bibb, Teresa Corrinne Cox and Arnold Michael Roman....
I've got trails and tribulations
Troubles all around
My desires and expectations have me lost more than I'm found
And lord knows I often falter in the smallest of my pride
But when I kneel down at his alter I am lifted up inside

'Till I stand upon that mountain
'Till I sit beside the thrown
'Till the waters of loves fountain carry me home
'Till I rise up from this mortal clay of blood and bone
Let the rock that was rolled away be my cornerstone

Help me face every tomorrow
Give me strength to bare the load
Give me signs that I can follow
Set feet upon the road
And may he who walked on water give me courage where I tread
And when I kneel down at his alter let my hungry soul be feed

'Till I stand upon that mountain
'Till I sit beside the thrown
'Till the waters of loves fountain carry me home
'Till I rise up from this mortal clay of blood and bone
Let the rock that was rolled away
Let the rock that was rolled away
Let the rock that was rolled away be my cornerstone

Let this faith be my foundation
This hope, my liberation
'Till I fly away on that glorious, glorious day

'Till I stand upon that mountain
'Till I sit beside the thrown
'Till the waters of loves fountain carry me home
Till I rise up from this mortal clay of blood and bone
Let the rock that was rolled away
Let the rock that was rolled away
Let the rock that was rolled away
Let the rock that was rolled away be my cornerstone


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"The Rock (That Was Rolled Away)" as written by Eric Bibb Arnold Roman

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