I don't know what you saw in me
But I'm glad you believed in spite of my condition
That your mission was to rescue my heart
Don't understand the sacrifice
Why you gave up your life for the sake of my soul, only heaven knows
There's a mystery that lies within the logic of your love
There's an undying mercy that I'm unworthy of

If that isn't reason enough to love you
Reason enough to give you all of my heart and soul
There'll never be a reason
If that isn't reason enough to trust you
Reason enough to give you all of my life I know
There'll never be a reason if that isn't reason enough

You have opened my eyes to see
The miracle you have made of me
I am your creation, so keep reminding me
There's a mercy so much stronger than the weaknesses in me
And there are glimpses of your power
That make it easy to believe

If that isn't reason enough to love you
Reason enough to give you all of my heart and soul
Well there'll never be a reason
If that isn't reason enough to trust you
And reason enough to give you all of my life I know
There'll never be a reason if that isn't reason enough, hey oh yeah

If that isn't reason enough to love you
Reason enough to give you all of my heart and soul
Well there'll never be a reason
If that isn't reason enough to trust you
And reason enough to give you all of my life I know
There'll never be a reason if that isn't reason enough, oh

Never be a reason if that isn't reason enough, never, never be, oh
Never be a reason, I give you all of my life, all of my life
There'll never be a reason if that isn't reason enough
You want my reason



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