Awake My Soul

  • There is a sound I love to hear
    It's the sound of the Savior's robe
    As He walks into the room where people pray
    Where we hear praises He hears faith

    There is a sound I love to hear
    It's the sound of the Savior's robe
    As He walks into the room where people pray
    Where we hear worship He hears faith

    Awake my soul and sing
    Sing His praise aloud
    Sing His praise aloud

    Awake my soul and sing
    Sing His praise aloud
    Sing His praise aloud

    There is a sound that changes things
    The sound of His people on their knees
    Oh wake up you slumbering
    It's time to worship Him

    Awake my soul and sing
    Sing His praise aloud
    Sing His praise aloud

    Awake my soul and sing
    Sing His praise aloud
    Sing His praise aloud

    And when He moves
    And when we pray
    Where stood a wall now stands a way
    Where every promise is amen

    And when He moves
    Make no mistake
    The bowels of hell begin to shake
    All hail the Lord all hail the King

    Hey oh
    Oh let the King of glory enter in
    Hey oh
    Fall down on your knees and worship Him
    Hey oh
    Let His praise rise up don't hold it in

    Awake my soul and sing
    Sing His praise aloud
    Sing His praise aloud

    Awake my soul and sing
    Sing His praise aloud
    Sing His praise aloud Writer/s: Brooke Ligertwood
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Brooke H from Merica'This is so beautiful! I love Hillsong Worship!! I think this song hits home for me!! :):)
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