"Who You Are to Me" as written by Michael D. Boggs and Michael Weaver....
You see yourself in the mirror of the temporary
And you think that your worth is something to be achieved
When your value really is a question of identity
Has it ever crossed your mind who you are to Me?

You're the precious child that I created
(Who you are to Me)
I bought with a price, you're My beloved
(Who you are to Me)

Open your eyes and I'll show you
How to see what I see
If you would just believe that you are
Who you are to Me

Defusing the bomb instilled within the minds of children
You're the life inside a body that refuses to believe
A revelation of My love is waiting just to be received
Won't you let Me show you who you are to Me?

You're the precious child that I created
(Who you are to Me)
I bought with a price, you're My beloved
(Who you are to Me)

Open your eyes and I'll show you
How to see what I see
If you would just believe that you are
Who you are to Me

And I love you so much that I crossed the great divide
And I love you so much that I sent My only Son to die
And there's no one who could ever take your place in My heart
I want you to know that I love you right where you are

You're the precious child that I created
(Who you are to Me)
I bought with a price, you're My beloved
(Who you are to Me)

Open your eyes and I'll show you
How to see what I see
If you would just believe that you are
Who you are to Me

Who you are to Me
Who you are to Me
Who you are to Me


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"Who You Are to Me" as written by Michael Boggs Michael Weaver

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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