I Am Second

Album: God's Not Dead (2011)
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  • There's a me that I don't really like
    A me that says I'm
    In control 'til the day that I die
    And I don't know why
    I push I pull I fight I fall
    I end up crawling back to
    That place where I figure it out
    That I, that I, that I

    I'm second to one
    Redeemer, the way, the light
    I'm second to one
    The savior
    No compromise
    I'm laying everything
    At the foot of the cross
    My pride, my life, my all
    I am second to one
    And he is second to none

    There's a change when I swallow my pride
    And I surrender
    There's a peace when I open my eyes
    Cuz I remember
    To live's to die
    To fall's to rise
    To kneel's to find the savior
    Here I am and I've figured it out
    Tonight tonight tonight

    He said "you come alive
    When you lose your life"
    So I lay it down
    Yeah I surrender all Writer/s: BEN GLOVER, NORM MILLER, SETH MOSLEY
    Publisher: MUSIC SERVICES, INC.
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