Get Me Right

Album: Alter The Ending (2009)
  • I made my slow way home
    Limping on broken bones
    Out of the thickest pine
    Across the county lines
    On to your wooden stairs
    I know you can repair
    I know you've seen the light
    I know you'll get me right

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    I own a sinner's heart
    I know the rain falls hard
    I know the currency
    I know the things you'll need
    I hope he hears my prayers
    I see you cut your hair
    I know the saving type
    I know you'll get me right

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    But, Jesus I've fallen
    I don't mind the rain if
    I meet my maker
    I'll meet my maker clean

    But, Jesus the truth is
    I've struggled so hard to believe
    I'll meet my maker
    I'll need my maker

    To cure of my doubting blood
    And drain me of the sins I love
    And take from me my disbelief
    I know it should come easily
    But it remains inside of me
    It battles and devours me
    It cuddles up the side of me
    And whispers it convinces me I'm

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    Right Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER ANDREW CARRABBA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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