"Satisfaction" as written by and David N./hamm Phelps....
You know it ain't about the money
Or the power
Or the fame

It's not about a great position
It's not religion
It's not a game

Take up your cross and follow me
Was not a guarantee
That the road would not be rough

So you ask me, what's the big attraction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction
It's a complete chain reaction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction

I've heard the stories of the narrow road
Some say it's a heavy load
And the way is steep

I've been there, I can testify
The vows of sacrifice
Are hard to keep

But still I chose to turn the other cheek
And to wash my brother's feet
And to give myself away

So you ask me, what's the big attraction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction
It's a complete chain reaction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction

When I'm trapped inside His freedom and I'm lying on the altar
And the last part of myself has been crucified
When I'm wearing all His riches in the ashes of my will
I am clean, I am whole, I am satisfied

You ask me, what's the big attraction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction
It's a complete chain reaction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction

You ask me, what's the big attraction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction
It's a complete chain reaction
Peace, love, hope, satisfaction


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"Satisfaction" as written by David N. Phelps David Phelps

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