My skin is my disguise
I'm more than a man
I smile at my demise
Ask who I am

More than a man
More than a man
More than a man
More than a man

My skin is my disguise
I'm more than a man
I was sent to rule on Earth
Ask who I am

I wreck, I wreck, I wreck
I wreck with every prayer
Ask who I am

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah

Stronger
Stronger

The fear tries to take me
The flesh tries to pull
Blackness all around me
But I'm undefeatable

My God is strong
My God is strong
My God is strong
My God is strong

All creation watches
For Him to arrive

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah

'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm stronger, yeah
Than the Devil, yeah, yeah

Stronger
Stronger
Stronger
Stronger



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    I think its showing it from a christians point of view, that when you're with God and your filled with the holy spirit then through his power you can do anything and that christians don't need to fear death because then they will go to heaven

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