I Pray My Way Out Of Trouble

Album: Favorite Hymns by the Osborne Brothers (1969)
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  • Many times my mind is wrapped up in trouble
    And my heart gets so heavy too
    Sometimes when I sink so low I touch bottom
    I kneel down to reach out and he pulls me through.

    I pray my way out of trouble
    And I ask my dear Lord to help me each day
    I pray my way out of trouble
    And the dear nail scared hand wipes my teardrops away.

    --- Instrumental ---

    The smallest prayer from the world's bigger sinner
    Brings a smile to his sadden face
    So I just go to him any time I'm in trouble
    Wash my heart in the waters of my Savior's grace.

    I pray my way out of trouble
    And I ask my dear Lord to help me each day
    I pray my way out of trouble
    And the dear nail scared hand wipes my teardrops away...
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