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Lord, you're the landlord and there's a leak in your building.
Lord, you're the landlord and there's a leak in your building.
Lord, you're the landlord and there's a leak in your building.
(I know that you'll) fix it, fix it like you said you would.
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I've been bought with a price and I'm not, not my own.
Since you came into my life, my troubles are now yours.
So I'll keep walking by faith, for I know you'll make a way.

You're my landlord, Jesus and I trust you everyday, yes I do.
I wanna say
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VAMP
I can't fix it. (Repeat)
You're my landlord. (Repeat)
(I know that you'll)
Fix it. Fix it like you said you would.



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    UnregisteredAug 28, 2012 at 5:23 pm
    I loved this song from the first time i heard it. To me it means that i am his and not my own. And he can fix anything.
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    UnregisteredJun 26, 2012 at 2:33 am
    That god is in control of me because i belong to him. Even in this life i am his, he know my troubles, pains, sorrow, and despair on this earth. But he said he will fix it and believe he will bye and bye.

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