"My Everything " as written by and Bryan Michael Paul/young Cox....
When my hope is lost
And my strength is gone
I run to you, and you alone
When I can't get up and I can't go on
I run to you, and you alone
'Cause you're my light in the dark
And I sing with all of my heart

Hallelujah
My almighty God divine
Hallelujah
I am yours and you are mine
This is all I know I will say
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
You're my everything

When I'm plagued with pain
And filled with fear
I run to you, and you alone
When my days are few
And death is near
I run to you, and you alone
'Cause you're my light in the dark
And I sing with all of my heart

Hallelujah
My almighty God divine
Hallelujah
I am yours and you are mine
This is all I know I will say
Hallelujah
Hallelujah

When trouble comes and goes
And when the cold wind blows
I lift my hands up, I lift my hands up
When sorrow knocks me down
and you pick me off the ground
I lift my hands up, I lift my hands up

And I sing, Hallelujah
My almighty God divine
Hallelujah
I am yours, and you are mine
This is all I know I will say

Hallelujah
By the grace of God above
Hallelujah
Our shining light to shine above
This is all I know I will say
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
This is all I know I will say
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
You're my everything

Ohh ohh, you're my everything


Lyrics submitted by amirbe

"My Everything" as written by Mia Young Raymond Poole

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    General CommentAmerican record producer, musician and singer Owl City continues to promote his upcoming fifth studio album “Mobile Orchestra” scheduled to be released on 10 July 2015 via Universal Republic.

    In the midst of promoting his brand new single “Verge” featuring Aloe Blacc, the producer released another new track “My Everything” as countdown single along the pre-order of the album this Friday May 5th.
    amirbeon June 04, 2015   Link

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