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Some lives roll hard, grow weary and old
Along lonely nights, down unfriendly roads
They twist and turn and lead us astray
I know because I've rolled that way
So broken hearted then a miracle started

Something moving in me
Something moving so powerfully
I can almost hear it
Touching my spirit so tenderly
Your love is something moving in me

I used to lean on unreliable friends
And false promises, the nights without end
I never learned how, how good it could be
To have someone like you leaning on me
Now I rejoice in
How the sound of your voice can start

Something moving in me
Something moving so powerfully
I can almost hear it
Touching my spirit so tenderly
Your love is something moving in me
Your love is something moving in me

Something moving in me
Something moving so powerfully
I can almost hear it
Touching my spirit so tenderly
Your love is something moving in me



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