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Michael W. Smith

All in the Serve

From the Movie, "The Second Chance"

(Chorus, with "Oh")

Never gave you nothin' people couldn't explain away
Never gave you nothin' without something to gain
Never could slow down enough to study your face, but now -
I wanna know your name

Chorus:
Hold my feet to the fire
'till I'm breakin' a sweat
'till I never forget
Your callin' Keep me
In line give me the nerve
Here it's all in the serve

Locked in the diamond lane
I kept driving past it
Better to be safe
Than learn what your a-bout
Give me another chance to go where you're goin', now

I’m here to walk it out
I’m here to walk it out
I’m here to walk it out

(Key Change)

Chorus:
Hold my feet to the fire
'till I'm breakin' a sweat
'till I never forget
Your callin' Keep me
In line give me the nerve
Here it's all in the serve

(Key Change)

Chorus:
Hold my feet to the fire
'till I'm breakin' a sweat
'till I never forget
Your callin' Keep me
In line give me the nerve
For it's all in the serve

(Key Change)

(Chorus, with "OH") ('till I never forget)

It’s all in the serve
Yeah, it’s all in the serve
Here it’s all in the serve



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