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Breathe Into Me
By Fred Hammond

When the battle makes me weary
It seems that I lost ground
It’s so hard to hear your voice Lord
With distractions all around
I try to lift my hands to give you praise
But then a spirit of heaviness
Tries to shield your face

Chorus:
Breathe into me, oh Lord
The breath of Life
So that my spirit would be whole
And my soul may rise
Breathe into me, oh Lord
Day by day
So that my heart is pure before you
Always, always

Onto thee, oh Lord, do I lift up my soul
It’s only by your hand
That I can be made whole
So Lord, breathe on me
And revive my spirit within
And I’ll never be the same

- Chorus -

Condemnation tries to hold me like a prisoner in chains
And the weight of my burdens, is calling out my name
That’s when I lift up my voice to worship you because I know
You promised you would wash me white as snow

Onto thee, oh Lord, do I lift up my soul
It’s only by your hand
That I can be made whole
So Lord, let your breath revive me again
And I’ll never be the same x3

- Chorus -



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