Album: Woven & Spun (2002)
  • How many roads did I travel
    Before I walked down one that led me to you?
    And how many dreams did unravel
    Before I believed in a hope that was true?
    How long? how far?
    What was meant to fulfill only emptied me still
    And all you ever wanted

    Only me
    On my knees
    Singing holy,holy
    And somehow
    All that matters now is
    You are holy,holy

    How many deaths did I die
    Before I was awakened to new life again?
    How many half truths did I bear witness to
    Til the proof was disproved in the end?
    How long? how far?
    What was meant to illuminate only shadowed me still
    And all you ever wanted

    Only me
    On my knees
    Singing holy,holy
    And somehow
    All that matters now is
    You are holy,holy

    And all I have is gratitude to offer you

    And somehow
    All that matters now is
    You are holy,holy

    Only me
    On my knees
    Singing holy,holy
    And somehow
    All that matters now is
    You are holy,holy

    You are holy

    Holy Writer/s: Nichole Nordeman, Mark Ford Hammond
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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