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When I can't see You I know You're there
When I can't feel You I will not fear
I will trust in You and I will not be afraid
When the battle is close at hand
Though You're with me and help me stand
I will trust in You and I will not be afraid

I will not be afraid
I will not be afraid
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you

When the darkness is close at hand
And I'm running against the wind
I will trust in You and I will not be afraid
When I'm standing upon that shore
All the battles have gone before
I will trust in You and I will not be afraid

Cause I will not be afraid
I will not be afraid
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you

Cause I will not be afraid
I will not be afraid
Cause I will not be afraid
I will not (whoaho) be afraid
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you
I will trust in you



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