Made

  • Why do you hide from who you are?
    Why do you run from the mirror, pretend to be who you're not?
    Why do you fight to accept yourself?
    Aren't you more than the tears you've cried and the fear you've felt?

    Oh, tell me what you see
    Tell me what you see
    And I'll tell you something else

    You're beautiful, wonderful
    Perfectly made, perfectly made
    You're meant to be what you see
    You're not a mistake, not a mistake

    Brighter than stars that shine
    You light up the Maker's eyes
    And you'd believe if you could see
    The smile on His face
    The moment you were made
    Made

    Lift up your face
    Now is your time
    'Cause everything changes when you find yourself in His light

    So tell me what you see, what you see
    And I'll tell you what He sees

    You're beautiful, wonderful
    You're perfectly made, perfectly made
    You're meant to be what you see
    You're not a mistake, not a mistake

    Brighter than stars that shine
    You light up the Maker's eyes
    And you'd believe if you could see
    The smile on His face
    The moment you were made
    Made

    Before the sun was given light
    Before you opened up your eyes
    Inside out, soul and heart
    He made you to be who you are

    Before the sun was given light
    Before you opened up your eyes
    Inside out, soul and heart
    He made you to be who you are

    You're beautiful, wonderful
    You're perfectly made, perfectly made
    You're meant to be what you see
    You're not a mistake, not a mistake

    Brighter than stars that shine
    You light up the Maker's eyes
    And you'd believe if you could see
    The smile on His face
    The moment you were made
    Made, made, made Writer/s: JON STEINGARD, PHILLIP LARUE, SETH MOSLEY
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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