The work of sin leaves
a callus on my soul leading unto death
Mandatory, born into this nature
since my very first breath
At first, sin was fun,
but now I'm paying for all of my mischievous deeds
I want to know why I have so much pain
Can someone tell me, please?

Because of a man, I'm destined to die
along with the people I see
Unbearable pain, the worm never dies
Weeping and gnashing of teeth
The man's name Adam, the sin disobedience
No part in this do I want
But now it's too late, I've dug my own grave
The memory, this fate will now haunt

There's no way out as there was a way in
The paint of temptation that dries into sin
God had once told you, "You would surely die"
Your sin has affected me, now I must cry

Why did You die for me? (Why did You die for me?)
Why did You not leave me be? (Why did You not leave me be?)
He ate from the fruit of the tree
My eyes can see, why?

Who is this man who died on the cross,
whose mission was to seek and save?
Destroying the sin originated by Adam
at the abandonment of the grave
The man's name: Jesus, the work: obedience
Obeying the Father unto death
Eviction of sin at the cry, "It is finished!",
before His dying breath

I know I'm not worthy of all that You give
The simplicity of receiving to live
Take me in, receive me from strife
I want to serve You the rest of my life

Why would You die for me? (Why would You die for me?)
Give Your life to set me free (Give Your life to set me free)
It's all because You love me,
and I thank You, Jesus, for what You've done

"Consequently, just as one trespass resulted in condemnation for all people, so also one righteous act resulted in justification and life for all people. For just as through the disobedience of the one man the many were made sinners, so also through the obedience of the one man the many will be made righteous." (Romans 5:17-19)


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