Who You Are to Me

Album: Chris Tomlin & Friends (2020)
  • Oh, yeah

    Some people think You're distant, just some words on a page
    That You're nothing more than fables handed down along the way
    But I've seen You part the waters when no one else could pull me from the deep
    That's who You are to me

    Some people think You just live in cathedrals made of stone
    But I know You live inside my heart, I know that it's Your home
    And I've seen You in a sunset and in the eyes of a stranger on the street
    That's who You are to me

    You're amazing, faithful, love's open door
    When I'm empty You fill me with hunger for more
    Of Your mercy, Your goodness
    Lord, You're the air that I breathe
    That's who You are to me
    Who You are to me

    Sometimes I have my doubts, I'm sure that everybody does
    And I wonder when I stumble, am I still worthy of Your love?
    But I know that I get stronger when I'm talking to You down on my knees
    You're everything I need

    You're amazing, faithful, love's open door
    When I'm empty You fill me with hunger for more
    Of Your mercy, Your goodness
    Lord, You're the air that I breathe
    That's who You are to me
    Who You are to me

    You're forever Holy
    You're the Lamb who is worthy
    My forgiveness (My forgiveness), my healer (My healer)
    The Messiah, my Redeemer

    You're amazing, faithful, love's open door
    When I'm empty You fill me with hunger for more
    Of Your mercy, Your goodness
    Lord, You're the air that I breathe
    (Lord, You're the air I breathe)
    That's who You are

    You are greater, higher over it all
    In Your presence, Jesus, I stand in awe
    Of Your mercy, Your goodness
    Lord, You're the air that I breathe
    That's who You are to me

    That's who You are
    That's who You are
    That's who You are
    That's who You are to me
    That's who You are
    That's who You are
    That's who You are
    That's who You are to me Writer/s: Charles Kelley, Chris Tomlin, David Wesley Haywood, Hillary Scott
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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