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Israel Houghton – Not Forgotten lyrics

I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
God knows my name;
He knows my name.

Light over darkness
Strength over weakness
Joy over sadness,
He knows my name.

I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
God knows my name;
He knows my name.

Father to the fatherless,
Friend to the friendless,
Hope for the hopeless,
He knows my name.

I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
God knows my name;
He knows my name.

I will praise You
I will praise You,
For I am fearfully and
Wonderfully made.

I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
I am not forgotten
God knows my name;
He knows my name.

I am not forgotten,
Never forsaken.
God knows my name,
He knows my name!!!



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