i can't understand your love for me
i can't comprehend why you died for me
died for me
why you died for me

i still don't understand
my question begs sincerity
if i could please know why
why you died for me
died for me
why you died for me

so i reach out to find myself a savior
because i need you more than ever
so please don't let me go

your love is never ending like the sky
so vast and wide
so i reach out to the background
you pick me up and say keep moving
you'll be there to catch me when i fall and i fall so hard

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    oh man...i absolutely love this song...this band is pure quality

    taste_my_kisson August 06, 2002   Link
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    "God's love is awesome. It makes no sense to me to give your only son to die in order to save mankind... to save me, a worthless sinner. But I'll take it because I need God more than anything else."

    broken_staron September 18, 2002   Link
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    I love the last 4 lines of this song the most:

    "so vast and wide so i reach out to the background you pick me up and say keep moving you'll be there to catch me when i fall and i fall so hard"

    When you can't go much further, picture a huge hand sweeping down to pick you up, dust you off, and set you back on track. You're a little disoriented, but it gives you a reassuring pat on the back and then a voice says gently "it's ok, keep moving".

    Such an encouragement

    pnewon May 12, 2005   Link

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