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I spin around
I can hardly see
To catch a glimpse of this moment
I hear the sound of this simple plea
To wait at the feet of Your love

Everytime I'm on my knees
Pleading for Your strength
I will find You there
Find You there
Everytime I'm on my knees
Reaching for Your strength
I will find You there
Find You there

To feel the crown of the One I have breathed for
To know the door
It will never be broken
Because I have found that time this time
Has no hold on the rate that I need You
And I know it's never hard to find You

Everytime I'm on my knees
Pleading for Your strength
I will find You there
Find You there
Everytime I'm on my knees
Reaching for Your strength
I will find You there
Find You there

I'm holding on to this hope I've been given
To be always with You
I'm seeing now that this fullness of faith is always seeking You

Everytime I'm on my knees
Pleading for Your strength
I will find You there
Find You there
Everytime I'm on my knees
Reaching for Your strength
I will find You there
Find You there



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