Morning Song

Album: released as a single (2019)
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  • I look at how a flower grows and I know
    That You love me You told me that
    And if I don't believe your words you would show
    Me not shove me unfold me
    The beautiful way that You do
    The beautiful way that You do

    I look up at the birds above and I see
    That You'll feed me You said You would
    And if I don't believe your words You'll still be
    What I need if I fled You would
    Chase me the way that You do
    The beautiful way that You do

    The beautiful way that You do
    The beautiful way that You do

    I'm not going to fight it
    No way I can deny it
    Now everything that I am
    Belongs to You
    I'm not going to fight it
    No way I can deny it
    Now everything that I am
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