Safe In My Father's Arms

Album: Single release only (2017)
  • I've been a million places
    I've seen a million things
    But there is nothing that compares to
    Being a child of the King

    There's been highs, there's been lows
    Through it all, this I know
    I am a child of the King

    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    I'm safe in my Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh
    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    I'm safe in my Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh

    If you're lost and hurting
    Feeling all alone
    There's a hope that is calling
    So come and find your home

    We've had highs, we've seen lows
    Through it all, this we know
    We are loved by the King
    So we sing

    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    I'm safe in my Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh
    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    I'm safe in my Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh

    All the broken, all the lonely
    Can find hope in the Savior's love
    All the wounded, all the weary
    Can find strength in the Savior's love
    So come running to your Father
    He is waiting with open arms
    So we sing! So we sing!
    Hallelujah, Hallelujah

    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    We're safe in our Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh
    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    We're safe in our Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh

    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    We're safe in our Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh
    Hallelujah (hey!)
    Hallelujah
    We're safe in our Father's arms
    Safe in my Father's arms
    Oh-oh-ohh Writer/s: CHRIS ROHAM, DUSTIN LOLLI, JOSH BRONLEEWE, MATTHEW ARMSTRONG
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING
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