Let Go Let God

Album: Grace And Gratitude (2006)
  • When you can't find your direction
    And your heart won't guide you home
    Let Go
    Let God
    When your dreams are broken in the dust
    And you've lost the will to trust
    Let Go
    Let God

    Let the signs remind you
    We are passengers
    Let the signs remind you
    To surrender
    To surrender
    Let Go and Let God

    When faith's a dying fire
    And there's no spark to feed the flame
    Let Go and Let God
    When your courage fails you
    And the well of hope runs dry
    Let Go and Let God

    Let the signs remind you
    We are passengers
    Let the signs remind you
    To surrender
    To surrender
    Let Go and Let God

    Let the signs remind you
    We are passengers
    Let the signs remind you
    To surrender
    To surrender
    Let Go and Let God
    Let Go and Let God
    Let Go
    And let God.
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