"My Life" as written by Joseph Jones, Duane Stacy Bridgeford, Alex Mehari and Andre S. Parker....
Want to go with me?
Do I have to wear
A Shirt and tie?
We can take a limousine
But everybody there will
Ask us why!
Ain't nothin' wrong
We can have
A little fun and play
As longs as we never forget
How to stop and pray!

If you've been set
On partying 'til your head is numb
Betta not forget
That the party is when the
Kingdom comes!
Come on and dance
All your troubles away
And look through the
Windows of heaven
It's not too late

[Chorus]
My life
Yeah
It's your life
Yeah
Don't want to get it wrong
It's time to get it right
My life
Yeah
It's your life
Yeah
Need to make a change
Time for saving
My life

I was a mess
But that was all before
I told him yes!
Now it's all good
'Cause everyone in his will
Is blessed
Just let him take
All your troubles away
Look through the
Windows of heaven
It's not too late

[Chorus]

Don't want to wait too long
It might be too late

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by Kristy1313

"My Life" as written by Mary Brown Dimitri Christo

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, MUSICWORKS INTERNATIONAL

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    General CommentI love this song because it's catchy and it just says that,
    "I was a mess, but that was all before I told Him yes"...
    Without God, your life is a mess. Just tell Him yes, and accept Him into your heart,... WHY? "'Cause everyone in His will is blessed". This song lays the truth right out there.
    Kiwiddon June 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song says that you dont want to put off getting God into your life or "It might be too late" when you're time comes. I Love This Song!!!!
    Kristy1313on July 24, 2002   Link

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