You Are Loved

Album: If I Had One Chance To Tell You Something (2005)
  • We were younger then, you and me, full of dreams, weren't we?
    I went my way, you went yours, where did you go, dear?
    Someone said you had left the life we lived together then
    This is my way of reaching out ‘cause I remember…

    This is what I want to say to you
    If I had one chance to speak to your heart
    You are loved
    More than you could ever know
    This is what I want to say to you
    If I had one chance to tell you something
    You are loved
    More than you can imagine

    If I told you would you believe, the narrow road, I did not leave
    If I told you would you understand that I've found truth
    Are you jaded? Are you hurting now? How I wish that I could tell
    Where your heart's at…can you see? Mine has found – home

    Not sure if I've, made it clear enough
    It's not my love I sing about
    Everybody asks, “Is God good?”
    I believe, He is
    In fact I know, He is Writer/s: GOODMAN, JAMES, MELLON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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