I'll Find You

Album: All Things Work Together (2017)
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  • Just fight a little longer, my friend
    It's all worth it in the end
    But when you got nobody to turn to
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    I'll find you, I'll find you
    Just hold on, and I'll find you

    I'm hanging on by a thread
    And all I'm clinging to is prayers
    And every breath is like a battle
    I feel like I ain't come prepared
    And death's knockin' on the front door
    Pain's creepin' through the back
    Fear's crawlin' through the windows
    Waiting for 'em to attack
    They say "Don't get bitter, get better"
    I'm working on switching them letters
    But tell God I'ma need a whole lotta hope keeping it together
    I'm smilin' in everyone's face
    I'm cryin' whenever they leave the room
    They don't know the battle I face
    They don't understand what I'm going through

    The world tryna play with my soul
    I'm just tryna find where to go
    I'm tryna remember the way
    I'm tryna get back to my home
    But I can't do this on my own
    That's why I'm just trusting in You
    'Cause I don't know where else to go
    And I don't know what else to do

    Just fight a little longer, my friend
    It's all worth it in the end
    But when you've got nobody to turn to
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    Just fight a little longer, my friend
    It's all worth it in the end
    But when you've got nobody to turn to
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    I'll find you, I'll find you
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    I'll find you, I'll find you
    Just hold on, and I'll find you

    Uh, they say fear haunts
    And pain hates
    I say pain strengthens
    And fear drives faith
    And I don't know all of the outcomes
    Don't know what happens tomorrow
    But when that ocean of doubt comes
    Don't let me drown in my sorrow
    And don't let me stay at the bottom
    I feel like this hole is too deep to climb
    I've been lookin' for a way out
    But I'll settle for a peace of mind
    Picking up the pieces of my life
    And hopin' that I'll put together something right
    Tell me all I got is all I need
    Tell me you gon' help me stay and fight

    The world trying to play with my soul
    I'm just tryna find where to go
    I'm trying to remember the way
    I'm trying to get back to my home
    But I can't do this on my own
    That's why I'm just trusting in You
    'Cause I don't know where else to go
    And I don't know what else to do

    No, don't let the fear
    Make you feel like you can't fight this on your own
    You know, I
    I'll be there for you no matter where you go
    You'll never be alone
    No

    Just fight a little longer, my friend
    It's all worth it in the end
    But when you've got nobody to turn to
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    Just fight a little longer, my friend
    It's all worth it in the end
    But when you've got nobody to turn to
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    I'll find you, I'll find you
    Just hold on, and I'll find you
    I'll find you, I'll find you
    Just hold on, and I'll find you Writer/s: Daniel Majic, John Mitchell, Justin Franks, Lecrae Moore, Natalie Sims, Sasha Sloan, Victoria Kelly
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Bea from NzYou have changed this 65year old’s ideas of rap. Love this and other songs. God bless you. This song like others of yours gives hope in God in all kinds of situations. Thank you so much. We need more please
  • Mike from Simpson PaWhat an inspiring song of hope! Thank you fr this great song and message!
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