Over My Head

Album: Welcome Home (2006)
  • I tried to figure it out
    Time and time again and time again
    I guess there's just some things I'll never understand
    'Cause Your ways aren't our ways
    But deep down in my soul, down in my soul
    There is one thing I know that I know

    I'm in over my head
    Right where I wanna be
    I'm so lost within Your love
    The love that always covers me
    So high, so deep, so wide
    A strong and cleansing tide
    My soul has found a place to rest
    I'm in over my head

    I've been holding on
    Now I'm letting go, just letting go
    Gonna let Your love carry me away
    I don't know where I'm going
    But I'm surrounded by the truth
    And I can feel the current pulling me
    Deeper into You

    I'm in over my head
    Right where I wanna be
    I'm so lost within Your love
    The love that always covers me
    So high, so deep, so wide
    A strong and cleansing tide
    My soul has found a place to rest
    I'm in over my head

    You see me for who I am
    You did reach out Your hand
    You made me understand
    That Your love has always covered me Writer/s: JAMES FRANKLIN, RICHARD MOORE, WILL TEVERSHAM, JOHN WHITE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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