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(Verse 1)
There's a cross she made that has her name.
In the garden by the shore.
With a picture and a note that said.
I can't feel you anymore.

(Chorus)
Was it God in here?
Did he make you pray?
Did he burn you up?
Does it's taste the same?
When everyone around you falls apart.
Was it God in here?
Did he make you pray?
Did he burn you up?
Did he save the day?
When everyone around you falls apart.

(Verse 2)
I can see her through the window pane.
Trying hard not to go.
When she lost her boy, she went insane.
She don't live here anymore.

(Chorus)
Was it God in here?
Did he make you pray?
Did he burn you up?
Does it taste the same?
When everyone around you falls apart.
Was it God in here?
Did he make you pray?
Did he burn you up?
Did he save the day?
When everyone else around you falls apart.

(Verse 3)
She stood as faithful.
I sought our heart, our love to start.

(Chorus)
Was it God in here?
Did he make you pray?
Did he burn you up?
Does it taste the same?
When everyone around you falls apart.
Was it God in here?
Did he make you pray?
Did he burn you up?
Did he save the day?
When everyone else around you falls apart.



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