Welcome To Our World

Album: Deep Enough to Dream (1997)
  • Tears are falling, hearts are breaking
    How we need to hear from God
    You've been promised, we've been waiting
    Welcome Holy Child [Repeat: x1]

    Hope that You don't mind our manger
    How I wish we could have known
    But long-awaited Holy Stranger
    Make Yourself at home
    Please make Yourself at home

    Bring Your peace into our violence
    Bid our hungry souls be filled
    Word now breaking Heaven's silence
    Welcome to our world [Repeat: x1]

    Fragile finger sent to heal us
    Tender brow prepared for thorn
    Tiny heart whose blood will save us
    Unto us is born [Repeat: x1]

    So wrap our injured flesh around You
    Breathe our air and walk our sod
    Rob our sins and make us holy
    Perfect Son of God [Repeat: x1]
    Welcome to our world Writer/s: CHRIS RICE, CHRISTOPHER M. RICE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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