Worth It

Album: All Things Work Together (2017)
  • It's just a little dirt, it's just a little stain
    Trust me, you're still worth it
    Just goin' through the pain
    It's just a little tear, don't you worry, God is here
    Don't be so hard on yourself, don't be so hard on your
    It's just a little dirt, it's just a little stain
    Trust me, you're still worth it
    Just goin' through the pain
    It's just a little tear, don't you worry, God is here
    Don't be so hard on yourself, don't be so hard on yourself

    Listen, now you gon' have to explain to me how the Lord love a little sinner like me
    I've been over-stressin', I've been second guessin'
    I was on them Xan's for a second, I was feelin' so defeated
    I thought I was a leader
    Hurt so many people, all I see is teardrops when I try to go to sleep
    I heard you had a soft spot for the black sheep
    Offer me forgiveness while I struggle to receive it
    Now would you still love me if I took her home last night?
    Smokin' and sippin' on that Patrón last night?
    If I was poppin' pills tryna cop a thrill?
    And I know I'm wrong but I do it 'cause it feels so right
    Would I, would I still be a child?
    And would you still be around?
    If I'm sick of church and tired of prayin'?
    It's been a while, I'm hopin' that you're patient

    It's just a little dirt, it's just a little stain
    Trust me, you're still worth it
    Just goin' through the pain
    It's just a little tear, don't you worry, God is here
    Don't be so hard on yourself, don't be so hard on your
    It's just a little dirt, it's just a little stain
    Trust me, you're still worth it
    Just goin' through the pain
    It's just a little tear, don't you worry, God is here
    Don't be so hard on yourself, don't be so hard on yourself

    Uh, she prolly too hard on herself (self)
    She put the blame all on herself (self)
    She run into the arms of another man ('nother man)
    And she done gave her heart to another man ('nother man)
    She know she ain't the woman that she wanna be
    Can't look in the mirror 'cause she don't see what she wanna see
    She gave her love away too many times
    Heard too many lies, she don't got no tears left to cry, yeah
    Somewhere, she got a little child, but
    She ain't see him in a while, now
    She gave her baby to the system
    Dealin' with her demons, she was fightin' her addiction
    And this is all fact, not fiction
    Prayin' that the Lord could really fix it
    Said the last time was the last time
    But the last time got her feelin' like the Devil's mistress, but listen

    It's not easy, when you gotta face yourself
    Truth is, I don't deserve not one bit of help
    Promise that your lovin' never leave
    Once you've seen all of me
    It's just so hard to believe it all but for grace
    To trust you more (trust you more)
    To love you more (to love you more)
    To know I'm yours
    Oh, but for grace
    Trust you more (trust you more)
    To know I'm yours
    Oh, but
    Oh, but for grace
    To trust you more (trust you more)
    To love you more (love you more)
    To know I'm yours
    Trust you more (trust you more)
    To know I'm yours
    Oh, but for grace
    Trust you more (trust you more)
    To love you more

    You say, "but I was abused"
    He got greater grace
    You say, "But I was misused"
    But He gives greater grace
    "But you don't understand, I've been addicted for years"
    Yeah, but think of all the years of your addiction, add 'em together
    And the verse still says, 'He gives greater grace' (grace)

    Oh, yeah
    Oh, I'm yours
    Yeah
    Oh, but for grace
    Grace Writer/s: Jawan Harris, Natalie Sims, Lecrae Moore, Allen Swoope
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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