Show Me Your Glory

Album: Come Together (2001)
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  • I caught a glimpse of Your splendor
    In the corner of my eye
    The most beautiful thing I've ever seen
    And it was like a flash of lightning
    Reflected off the sky
    And I know I'll never be the same

    Show me Your Glory
    Send down Your presence
    I want to see Your face
    Show me Your Glory
    Majesty shines about You
    I can't go on without You, Lord

    When I climb down the mountain
    And get back to my life
    I won't settle for ordinary things
    I'm gonna follow You forever
    And for all of my days
    I won't rest 'til I see You again

    Show me Your Glory
    Send down Your presence
    I want to see Your face
    Show me Your Glory
    Majesty shines about You
    I can't go on without You, Lord
    No, no

    Show me Your Glory
    (Show me Your Glory, Lord)
    Send down Your presence
    I want to see Your face
    Show me Your Glory
    (Show me Your Glory, Lord)
    Majesty shines about You
    I can't go on without You, Lord

    Show me Your Glory
    (Show me Your Glory, Lord)
    Show me Your Glory
    (Show me Your Glory, Lord)
    I can't live without You
    Oh Writer/s: BRADLEY B. C. AVERY, DAVID CARR, JOHNNY MAC POWELL, MARC BYRD, MARK D. LEE, SAMUEL TAI ANDERSON
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Songtrust Ave
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