I'm Getting Ready

Album: Home Again (2011)
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  • Oh my
    I didn't know what it means to believe
    Oh my
    I didn't know what it means to believe

    But if I hold on tight, is it true?
    Would You take care of all that I do?
    Oh Lord,
    I'm getting ready to believe

    Oh my
    I didn't know how hard it would be
    Oh my
    I didn't know how hard it would be

    But if I hold on tight, is it true?
    Would You take care of all that I do?
    Oh Lord, I'm getting ready to believe

    Then we'll be waving hands singing freely
    Singing standing tall it's now coming easy
    Oh no more looking down honey
    Can't you see?
    Oh Lord
    I'm getting ready to believe

    Then we'll be waving hands singing freely
    Singing standing tall it's now coming easy
    Oh no more looking down honey
    Can't you see me?

    Oh Lord
    I'm getting ready
    Oh Lord
    I'm getting ready
    Oh Lord
    I'm getting ready to believe Writer/s: MICHAEL KIWANUKA, MICHAEL SAMUEL KIWANUKA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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