Diamonds

Album: Diamonds (2015)
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  • Here and now I'm in the fire in above my head
    Being held under the pressure don't know what'll be left
    But it's here in the ashes
    I'm finding treasure

    He's making diamonds, diamonds
    Making diamonds out of dust
    He is refining and in His timing
    He's making diamonds out of us

    I'll surrender to the power of being crushed by love
    Till the beauty that was hidden isn't covered up
    Oh it's not what I hoped for
    It's something much better

    He's making diamonds, diamonds
    Making diamonds out of dust
    He is refining and in His timing
    He's making diamonds out of us

    Oh the joy of the Lord
    It will be my strength
    When the pressure is on
    He's making diamonds
    Oh the joy of the Lord
    It will be my strength
    When the pressure is on
    He's making diamonds
    Oh the joy of the Lord
    It will be my strength
    When the pressure is on
    He's making diamonds, he's making

    He's making diamonds, diamonds
    Making us rise up from the dust
    He is refining and in His timing
    He's making diamonds out of dust
    Making diamonds out of us

    I won't be afraid to shine
    I won't be afraid to shine
    I won't be afraid to shine
    'Cause He's making diamonds out of dust
    Making diamonds out of us Writer/s: JASON INGRAM, JONATHAN STEINGARD, MATT BRONLEEWE
    Publisher: ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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