"Ordinary Me" as written by Heather Headley, William B. Champlin, Jonathan Crone and Liz Rose....
Looking for an answer, trying to turn the page but
Always holding onto the past
I built these walls around me, but somehow you have found me
Now I know a joy that will last
And in this love you gave amazing grace
And healed my broken soul
And from your mighty throne you held me close
Made this wounded whole

You could write a note across the sky
And make heaven testify cause you are awesome
And you could make the mountains shout Your name
While the angels sing your praise
So I wonder how an extraordinary God
Could love an ordinary me
I'll never understand it, how your love has set me free

How can the King of Glory care so much about me?
That You would choose to give up Your life
With every changing season, You love me without reason
Everything I have You provide
I fall on my knees and give you praise, I worship You alone
You are the only God, the highest power,
I live to make You known

You could write a note across the sky
And make heaven testify cause You are awesome
And You could make the mountains shout Your name
While the angels sing your praise
So I wonder how an extraordinary God
Could love an ordinary me

And though I don't deserve
This gift of mercy and abounding grace
You blessed me with it anyway
I'm not ashamed to tell the world about Ya
That You're more than enough for an ordinary girl like me

You could write a note across the sky
And make heaven testify cause You are awesome
And You could make the mountains shout Your name
While the angels sing your praise
So I say that an extraordinary God
He loves an ordinary me


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"Ordinary Me" as written by Heather Headley Liz Rose

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