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Verse 1 (Erica)
I never said a word, but I know my Father heard me
I stopped talking about it cause now it's time to shout it
Fifty thousand problems and words couldn't solve the

Chorus
That's the sound of victory and
That's the sound of no defeat and
That's the sound of holding on and
That's the sound of staying strong, oh

I can't do nothing but scream what I'm feeling
God knows my heart and I know that He hears it, yeah

Verse (Tina)
I never said a word, but I know my Father heard me
I stopped talking about it cause now it's time to shout it
Fifty thousand problems and words couldn't solve them

Chorus
That's the sound of victory and
That's the sound of no defeat and
That's the sound of holding on and
That's the sound of staying strong, oh

I can't do nothing but scream what I'm feeling
God knows my heart and I know that He hears it, yeah

Outro
I think I wanna holla
Is it alright if I holla?
Sometimes I need to holla
Hey, holla
Now can you hear me if I moan
Is it alright if I moan?
Mmm, moan
Mmm, moan
Somebody saved? (4x)
I love the Lord
He heard my cry
And pitied every
Every groan
Every groan (8x)



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