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I knew you, you knew me, and saw God change you into someone so new, im so glad I knew you. And your life told so much, but sometimes it's so hard to see the way God sees, I can't see the reason. But in a play it's hard to see, if all we see is one scene. And I know today you're in a better place, its just hard today, to see Gods way. I know today you're in a better place, its just hard today to see Gods way. But I know today. Today seems less without you, your smile was always new and always true, im so glad I knew you. And your life told so much, but sometimes it's so hard to see the way God sees, I can't see the reason. But in a play it's hard to see, if all we see is one scene. And I know today you're in a better place, its just hard today, to see Gods way. I know today you're in a better place, its just hard today to see Gods way. But I know today. Tragedy, questions our sanity, second guess theology, leads to despondency, despondency turns into atrophy, so hard for us to see, the way that God sees. I know today you're in a better place, its just hard today, to see Gods way. But I know today you're in a better place, its just hard today to see Gods way. I know today, but its hard today.


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    General Commentthis song is wikid, how come no one has commented?
    Mixiblobon April 19, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti think that in this song, they are trying to remember this guy named andy. i think that andy passed away and they do not know why his life had ended so quickly.
    xtellaron January 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSad song. It always seems like the people who die young were leading the most impactful lives at their age. It makes us question God's reasoning...but in the end, we know God does everything for a reason and we can't see God's way.
    DVDAIon July 18, 2009   Link

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