I watched you sit alone
I watched you cry your eyes out
Now tell me what you've done

Is it so bad that
I would shut you out
And leave you here alone

Yes, I saw what you did
I was right there with you
I won't let you sink
No, I forgive you

Don't be
Grace needs a little more freedom
Don't be
Love needs room to breathe

I have watched you grow
And I've stood in your shadow
I've never walked away

I hung the stars and
I hold your heart
So, don't ever be afraid

Yes, I know when you breathe
And I feel when you need
I won't let you sink
No, I forgive you

You can be healed
You can be free
You can know peace
Never be afraid again

Never be afraid
Never be afraid
He's here

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Phobic Lyrics as written by Matthew Ryan Bronleewe Matt Stanfield

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    My Interpretation

    At first God is singing this song to someone, to us, or at least someone who has been saved sings to us what God has spoken to her/him. These lines are clearly the works of God/God related: I've watched you grow, I've stood in your shadow, I've never walked away. I hung the stars and I hold your heart. I feel when you need, I won't let you sink, No, I forgive you.

    The lines: 'You can be healed....' can be God singing to someone, to us, or can be someone who has been saved letting another, us, know that we too can feel the goodness. Clearly the last line 'He's here' is another saved soul/believer telling someone, us, that God is in our presence.

    Love this song!

    WangLilion January 04, 2010   Link
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    General Comment

    This song's about forgiveness and the comfort you can find in genuine repentance.

    sweetieon July 07, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    more specifically it's about god's grace.

    snoyarcon June 30, 2003   Link
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    General Comment

    I think it's a prime example of what God's perfect love is supposed to be. Forgiveness (I have learned) is an enormous part of loving someone else. Watching someone be weak and hurtful and selfish, and forgiving them anyway.

    I'm not even sure I'm a christian, but I adore this song. It's meant alot in my marriage.

    itsALLprogramMUSICon February 16, 2005   Link
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    General Comment

    I think it's God talking to a person who has walked away and is scared of coming to God because he/she is ashamed and isn't sure what to expect from God.

    golden_childon October 30, 2007   Link

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