Sparrow

Album: Heart (2012)
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  • Why should I be lonely,
    Long for heaven and home
    When Jesus is my portion
    And a constant Friend I know

    I sing because I'm happy,
    I sing because I'm free
    For His eye is on the sparrow,
    His eye is on the sparrow
    And I know He's watching me

    Why should I be troubled
    When His tender word I hear
    Know I rest on His goodness
    In my doubt and in my fear

    I sing because I'm happy,
    I sing because I'm free
    For His eye is on the sparrow,
    His eye is on the sparrow
    And I know

    I sing because I'm happy,
    I sing because I'm free
    For His eye is on the sparrow,
    His eye is on the sparrow
    His eye is on the sparrow
    And I know He's watching me
    He's watching me
    He's watching you
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