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Forget what youve heard about Jesus
If it doesnt't't begin and end with love
Did you know that you are the reason
He decided that He had to come?
He doesnt't't care about what's in your past
So whatever it is that's holding you back
Chorus
Break free, break free
Loose the chains that have held you tight
Break free, break free
Cleanse all your shame in loves healing tide
Of mercy, sweet mercy, break free
There is no law that can save us
No way to find redemption on our own
Jesus stepped in and forgave us
So no one has the right to throw a stone
Release the guilt youve been holding inside
Step out of the darkness and into the light
Chorus
There is a pardon when all hope is gone
And freedom from everything youve wrong
Chorus
Break free from the chains that bind you
Break free, leave them all behind you
Break free, let the love of Jesus find you
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