Hurricane

Album: Hurricane (2013)
  • You're spinning out of control again
    Your life feels like a sinking ship
    You're wondering how it came to this

    Is it too late?
    Is it too far?
    For Him to reach you
    And come to where you are

    Step out on the edge
    Don't be afraid of it
    And when you feel the rain
    Call His name
    He'll find you in the hurricane

    You're in the wreckage underneath
    Your hope is buried somewhere deep
    You're wondering how long it will keep?

    It's never too late
    Never too far
    For you to reach out
    And take a hold of love

    Step out on the edge
    Don't be afraid of it
    And when you feel the rain
    Call His name
    He'll find you in the hurricane

    Don't back down from the fight
    He'll shelter you tonight
    Just hold on for the change
    Call His name
    He'll find you in the hurricane

    There's a place, there's a place you can run
    When you fall, and it's all come undone
    You'll be safe in the raging storm
    So just let go
    'Cause you are held in His arms

    Step out on the edge
    Don't be afraid of it
    And when you feel the rain
    Call His name
    He'll find you in the hurricane

    Oh oh

    And when you feel the rain
    Call His name
    He'll find you in a hurricane Writer/s: CINDY MORGAN BROWNER, MATT BRONLEEWE, NATALIE GRANT
    Publisher: ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING, MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
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