Even When It Hurts (Praise Song)

Album: Empires (2015)
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  • Take this fainted heart
    Take these tainted hands
    Wash me in your love
    Come like grace again

    Even when my strength is lost
    I'll praise you
    Even when I have no song
    I'll praise you
    Even when it's hard to find the words
    Louder then I'll sing your praise

    I will only sing your praise

    Take this mountain weight
    Take these ocean tears
    Hold me through the trial
    Come like hope again

    Even when the fight seems lost
    I'll praise you
    Even when it hurts like hell
    I'll praise you
    Even when it makes no sense to sing
    Louder then I'll sing your praise

    I will only sing your praise
    I will only sing your praise
    I will only sing your praise
    I will only sing your praise

    And my heart burns only for you
    You are all you are all I want
    And my soul waits only for you
    And I will sing till the morning has come

    Lord my heart burns only for you
    You are all you are all I want
    And my soul waits only for you
    And I will sing till the miracle comes

    I will only sing your praise
    I will only sing your praise
    I will only sing your praise

    Even when the morning comes
    I'll praise you
    Even when the fight is won
    I'll praise you
    Even when my time on earth is done
    Louder then I'll sing your praise

    I will only sing your praise Writer/s: Joel Houston
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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