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[Vs 1]:
There's a fine line between
What you want and what you need
Searchin' the whole world
But your soul is still empty
Surrender-- Your all
Let the Lord intervene.
He'll give you what you need
The Lord is the master, Maker of your soul
Trust in His plan, 'Cause He's in control.
Your path will be straight
Just submit to His lead
Seek first the King
He'll give you what you need
Don't worry...

[Hook]:
Don't worry 'bout your life
Submit and you will see
All things are promised to those who truly seek
His Kingdom
Don't worry 'bout your life
Submit and you will see
All things are promised to those who truly seek

[Vs 2]:
There's a fine line between
What you want and what you need
Searchin' the whole world
But your soul is still empty
Surrender-- Your all
Let the Lord intervene.
He'll give you what you need
Looking for other things
To fill the void, set you free
Drinking and Smokin' weed
The fast life you lead
All of these worldly things
Are not what you need.
Seek first the King
He'll give you what you need

[Hook]:
Don't worry 'bout your life
Submit and you will see
All things are promised to those who truly seek
His Kingdom
Don't worry 'bout your life
Submit and you will see
All things are promised to those who truly seek
His Kingdom

(Repeat)



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