He Knows My Name

Album: If We're Honest (2014)
  • Spent today in a conversation
    In the mirror face to face with
    Somebody less than perfect
    I wouldn't choose me first if
    I was looking for a champion
    In fact I'd understand if
    You picked everyone before me
    But that's just not my story
    True to who You are
    You saw my heart
    And made
    Something out of nothing

    I don't need my name in lights
    I'm famous in my Father's eyes
    Make no mistake
    He knows my name
    I'm not living for applause
    I'm already so adored
    It's all His stage
    He knows my name oh, oh,
    He knows my name oh, oh

    I'm not meant to just stay quiet
    I'm meant to be a lion
    I'll roar beyond a song
    With every moment that I've got
    True to who You are
    You saw my heart
    And made
    Something out of nothing

    I don't need my name in lights
    I'm famous in my Father's eyes
    Make no mistake
    He knows my name
    I'm not living for applause
    I'm already so adored
    It's all His stage
    He knows my name oh, oh,
    He knows my name oh, oh

    He calls me chosen, free forgiven, wanted, child of the King
    His forever, held in treasure
    I am loved

    I don't need my name in lights
    I'm famous in my Father's eyes

    I don't need my name in lights
    I'm famous in my Father's eyes
    Make no mistake
    He knows my name
    I'm not living for applause
    I'm already so adored
    It's all His stage
    He knows my name
    He knows my name oh, oh
    He knows my nameWriter/s: MIA FIELDES, SETH MOSLEY, FRANCESCA BATTISTELLI
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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