God Will Lift Up Your Head

Album: Redemption Songs (2005)
  • Give to the wind your fear
    Hope and be undismayed
    God hears your sighs and counts your tears
    God will lift up
    God will lift up
    Lift up your head

    [Chorus]
    God will lift up your head
    God will lift up your head
    God will lift up your head
    He will lift up, lift up your head

    Leave to His sovereign way
    To choose and to command
    Then shall we wandering on His way
    Know how wise and how strong
    How wise and how strong

    [Chorus]

    Through waves and clouds and storms,
    He gently clears the way
    Wait because in His time, so shall this night
    Soon end in joy,
    Soon end in joy
    Soon end in joy,
    Soon end in joy.

    [Chorus]Writer/s: DP, CHARLIE LOWELL, DAN HASELTINE, MATT ODMARK, STEPHEN DANIEL MASON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jazzz from FrankfurtWhoever put the second comment on there (was that you, Carl?!?)- it´s not correct. They have contributed various worship songs to different projects before, such as "Exodus" and "City on a hill". It´s just that they never had done a whole own album of worship songs before.
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