"Beautiful Somehow" as written by Joy Elizabeth Williams and Robert Douglas Graves....
Well, I have never been a fashion queen
I wear dresses, I wear jeans
I've even been known to wear my heart on my sleeve
I'm just your average kid next door

A plain, simple mystery
I'm a self proclaimed Daddy?s girl
With my share of idiosyncrasies
But You love me for me

And I'm just fine, I see a smile from Heaven
My Father is proud and I know that I am simply
Fearfully and wonderfully made in You
You make it beautiful somehow

I've got old fashioned sensibilities
I believe chivalry still exists
And I can be a princess
Even when there ain't no prince

So, what if I'm right brained
I've got half a mind to disagree
I would rather write the book
Than go and read the movie

So even when I may not rhyme
You always give me reason

I'm just fine, I see a smile from Heaven
My Father is proud and I know that I am simply
Fearfully and wonderfully made in You
You make it beautiful somehow

Got my elbows on the table
My mind up in the clouds
I know I'm getting better
I can almost hear You laugh out loud

The more I trust in You
The more I find
What You create is no mistake
It?s purpose by design

So, I'm just fine, I see a smile from Heaven
My Father is proud and I know that I am simply
Fearfully and wonderfully made in You
You make it beautiful somehow

Beautiful somehow
That is what you do
Beautiful somehow
Beautiful, beautiful You



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"Beautiful Somehow" as written by Robert Douglas Graves Joy Elizabeth Williams

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