Here I Am

Album: God of the Impossible (2018)
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  • You're not asking for perfection
    You're not after flawless prayers
    All You've wanted from the start
    The surrender of my heart

    Every breath inside my lungs
    All I hold within these hands
    You can have it all
    Here I am
    And no matter what the cost
    I'll give everything I have
    You are worth it all
    Here I am
    You can have it all
    Here I am

    You're not looking for an anthem
    You're not seeking offerings
    Let my words and all my ways
    Be a sacrifice of praise

    Every breath inside my lungs
    All I hold within these hands
    You can have it all
    Here I am
    And no matter what the cost
    I'll give everything I have
    You are worth it all
    Here I am
    You can have it all
    Here I am

    [Instrumental]

    I surrender, I surrender
    All I am is Yours
    I surrender, I surrender
    My whole life is Yours

    Every breath inside my lungs
    All I hold within these hands
    You can have it all
    Here I am
    And no matter what the cost
    I'll give everything I have
    You are worth it all
    Here I am
    You can have it all
    Here I am
    Every breath inside my lungs
    All I hold within these hands
    You can have it all
    Here I am
    And no matter what the cost
    I'll give everything I have
    You are worth it all
    Here I am
    You can have it all
    Here I am

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