H.O.L.Y.

Album: Dig Your Roots (2016)
Charted: 14
  • When the sun had left and the winter came
    And the sky fall could only bring the rain
    I sat in darkness, all broken hearted
    I couldn't find a day I didn't feel alone
    I never meant to cry, started losing hope
    But somehow baby, you broke through and saved me

    You're an angel, tell me you're never leaving
    'Cause you're the first thing I know I can believe in

    You're holy, holy, holy, holy
    I'm high on loving you, high on loving you
    You're holy, holy, holy, holy
    I'm high on loving you, high on loving you

    You made the brightest days from the darkest nights
    You're the river bank where I was baptized
    Cleanse all the demons
    That were killing my freedom
    Let me lay you down, give me to ya
    Get you singing babe, hallelujah
    We'll be touching, we'll be touching heaven

    You're an angel, tell me you're never leaving
    'Cause you're the first thing I know I can believe in

    You're holy, holy, holy, holy
    I'm high on loving you, high on loving you
    You're holy, holy, holy, holy
    I'm high on loving you, high on loving you

    I don't need the stars 'cause you shine for me
    Like fire in my veins, you're my ecstasy
    You're my ecstasy

    You're holy, holy, holy, holy
    I'm high on loving you, high on loving you
    You're holy, holy, holy, holy
    I'm high on loving you, high on loving you

    You're the healing hands where it used to hurt
    You're my saving grace, you're my kind of church

    You're holy Writer/s: Michael James Ryan Busbee, Nate Cyphert, William Wiik Larsen
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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