The Maker

Album: The Maker (2015)
  • I see You in the sunrise
    I see You in the rain
    I see You in the laughter
    I feel You through the pain

    Everything that You have made is beautiful
    Oh, my God, I can't believe my eyes
    But in all of this to think that You would think of me
    Makes my heart come alive

    Your love is like a mighty fire deep inside my bones
    I feel like I could climb a thousand mountains all at once
    And I never have to wonder if somebody cares for me
    I love the Maker
    And the Maker loves me
    And the Maker loves me

    I see You, You are creation
    I see the grandness of Your majesty
    The universe is singing all Your glory
    I can't believe You live inside of me

    Everything that You have made is beautiful
    Oh, my God, I can't believe my eyes
    But in all of this to think that You would think of me
    Makes my heart come alive

    Your love is like a mighty fire deep inside my bones
    I feel like I could climb a thousand mountains all at once
    And I never have to wonder if somebody cares for me
    I love the Maker
    And the Maker loves me

    More than just some words upon a page
    You've shown me in a million ways
    But there is one that stands above them all
    Hands of creation on a cross
    The Maker, yeah

    Your love is like a mighty fire deep inside my bones
    I feel like I could climb a thousand mountains all at once
    And I never have to wonder if somebody cares for me
    I love the Maker
    And the Maker loves me
    He loves me
    He loves me, yes He does
    The Maker, I'm loved by the Maker, oh
    And the Maker loves me Writer/s: Chris August, Ed Cash
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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