Hey You, I Love Your Soul

Album: Hey You, I Love Your Soul (1998)
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  • Am I a man who knows how to love
    When you hate what you fear the most
    I'll wash your feet as you spit in my face
    Hey you, I love your soul

    I'm going love you when you hate

    You can't outrun or escape this liquid
    My life poured out like water
    I'm gonna drown you with maddening forgiveness
    Hey you, I love your soul

    Chorus:
    I can't depend on your hate to define my love
    Am I strong enough to love your soul

    Love doesn't care to receive what it gives
    Bleeding compassion to extreme
    Love stretches out to die for its enemies
    Hey you, I love your soul

    (chorus)

    No bounds on the deep, no bounds on the wide
    Am I deep enough to love your soul

    God I want to swim in the deep of You
    God in You I'm strong enough,
    Strong enough, strong enough

    I can't depend on your hate to define my love
    Am I strong enough to love your soul
    No bounds on the deep, no bounds on the wide
    Am I deep enough to love your soul Writer/s: JOHN LANDRUM COOPER, KORENE M COOPER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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