Everything We Need

Album: Jesus Is King (2019)
Charted: 33
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  • We began after the storm inside
    Lay the land (ah), it's just the morning light (woo, woo)
    Woo, woo, oh yeah

    Woo ooh, ooh ooh
    Switch your⁠, switch your attitude
    Go 'head, level up yourself
    This that different latitude
    Ooh ooh, ooh ooh
    Life too short, go spoil yourself
    Feel that feel, enjoy yourself 'cause

    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need

    We began after the storm inside
    Lay the land (ah), it's just the morning light (oh, yeah)

    Switch my, switch my attitude
    I'm so, I'm so radical
    All these people mad at dude
    This for who it matter to
    What if Eve made apple juice?
    You gon' do what Adam do?
    Or say, "Baby, let's put this back on the tree" 'cause

    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need
    We have everything we need

    We began after the storm inside
    Lay the land (ah), it's just the morning light Writer/s: Angel Lopez, Anthony Jr. Clemons, Bradford Aaron Lewis, Cydel Charles Young, Gene Thornton, Gerard Armando II Powell, Isaac De Boni, Jahmal Gwin, Josh Berg, Kanye Omari West, Luis Federico Vindver Arosa, Michael Mule, Mike G. Dean, Rennard L. East, Ronald
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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