"All of My Days" as written by and Mark Stevens....
Proclaim Your awesome power, tell of mighty deeds
Declare Your future kingdom of everlasting peace
And my eyes, they look unto You always
And I am captured by Your majesty

All of my days I will sing of Your greatness
All of my days I will speak of Your grace
All of my days I will tell of Your wondrous love
Your love in my life, Your love

All Your works will praise You
Your children bless Your name
We speak of all Your goodness
We walk in fields of grace

And my eyes, they look unto You always
And I am captured by Your majesty

All of my days I will sing of Your greatness
All of my days I will speak of Your grace
All of my days I will tell of Your wondrous love
Your love in my life, Your love

All of my days I will sing of Your greatness
All of my days I will speak of Your grace
All of my days I will tell of Your wondrous love
Your love in my life, Your love

We will sing of Your goodness, my Father
We exalt You Jesus, Jesus

And my eyes, they look unto You always
And I am captured by Your majesty
And my eyes, they look unto You always
And I am captured by Your majesty

All of my days I will sing of Your greatness
All of my days I will speak of Your grace
All of my days I will tell of Your wondrous love
Your love in my life, Your love

All of my days I will sing of Your greatness
All of my days I will speak of Your grace
All of my days I will tell of Your wondrous love
Your love in my life, Your love

Your love in my life, Your love
Your love in my life, Your love
Your love in my life, Your love

Hallelujah, yeah, my days, yes


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"All of My Days" as written by Mark Stevens

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