You never walked away
You never left or let me down
You always set me free
Because You love me, I was found

I won't walk away, away
And I will follow
You wherever You lead
I won't walk away

I will follow
You wherever You lead
I won't walk away

You always lead me on
To where You know I need to be
Forever I will trust in
Where Your wings will carry me

And I won't walk away, away
And I will follow
You wherever You lead
I won't walk away

I will follow
You wherever You lead
I won't walk away

I won't walk away
I won't walk away
I won't walk away

You never walked away
You never left or let me down
You always set me free
Because You love me I was found

I will follow
You wherever You lead
I won't walk away

I won't walk away
I won't walk away
I won't walk away

I won't walk away
I won't walk away
I won't walk away
I won't walk away



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    Listening to it right now...God will never leave us. Even if we decide to turn our backs on Him, He will NEVER turn His back and walk away on us!

    antidisneysequelon December 07, 2006   Link
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    Definatly!

    He will always be like that to us.

    Forever and ever..just like what He is doing to me, showing all His love.

    bear_hug20on May 27, 2008   Link

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