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Kirk Franklin – Blessing In The Storm lyrics

Oh ah, oh ah, oh ah
Oh ah, oh ah, oh ah
Oh ah, oh ah, oh ah
Oh ah, oh ah, oh ah

Verse 1
When I cannot here the sparrow sing
And I cannot feel the melody
There's a secret place that's full of grace
There's a blessing in the storm,
Help me sing it
There's a blessing in the storm.

Verse 2
When the sickness won't leave my body
And the pain just won't leave my soul
I get on my knees and say "Jesus please"
There's a blessing in the storm,
Help me sing it
There's a blessing in the storm.

Verse 3
When I cannot seem to love again
And the raindrops won't ever end
If you just hold on
Those clouds will soon be gone
There's a blessing in the storm
Help me sing it
There's a blessing in the storm.

Sweet sweet, the storm, sweet

(repeat verse 3)



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