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Jason Upton – Trusting The Angels lyrics

I'm just a bird with a melody to sing
I'm hardly heard look at these tiny little wings
But I can see an arrow flying and I'm not afraid
I can hear the terror try to steal the night away
And I'm not afraid I'm not afraid

I am hiding here in your shadow
Riding under your wings
And I am flying trusting the angels
And living in your covering
And I'm not afraid, I'm not afraid

I'm just a bird without a penny to my name
It may sound absurd I've got no plans beyond today
But I can see an arrow flying and I'm not afraid
I can hear the terror try to steal the night away
But I'm not afraid, I am not afraid

I am hiding here in your shadow
And riding under your wings
And I am flying trusting the angels
And living in your covering
I am hiding here in your shadow
And riding under your wings
And I am flying trusting the angels
And living in your covering
And I'm not afraid, I'm not afraid



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