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Connie Smith – At The Foot Of The Cross lyrics

Lord on bended knee I'm begging you
Let me feel just a little of what you went through
Oh I want to know just how greater cost
Let me live let me live at the foot of the cross
With broken heart Lord show me the way
To have more compassion for those gone astray
Oh give me desire for souls that are lost
Let me live let me live at the foot of the cross
Please let me live where you died for me give me a vision of calvary
Let me reach out and touch --- oh I need a reminder to be what I should
Give me more desire for souls that are lost
Let me live let me live at the foot of the cross



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