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(Jim Brickman/Tom Douglas/Victoria Shaw)

Take these tears, put 'em in a bottle.
Don't let these tears I cry be in vain.
Take these tears, keep them up in heaven.
Water my life with tears like rain

Hear me, hear my words unspoken,
Restore my faith in hoping
Hear me, I am feeling broken I am broken open.

Take this life, turn it into something,
I'm afraid it's just wasting time
Turn this life the sun has ripened, grow it slowly on the vine.
Turn my tears into wine

Hear me, hear my words unspoken,
Restore my faith in hoping
Hear me, I am feeling broken I am broken open.

Turn my tears into wine, turn these tears into wine.
All there's left of me are traces.
Make me stronger in my broken places

Hear me, hear my words unspoken,
Restore my faith in hoping
Hear me, I am feeling broken I am broken open.

Turn these tears into wine, turn my tears into wine
Hear me...



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