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Chorus*Tell*
me What's
it gonna take I'm
running out of prayers Lord, Can't
You see I'm helpless Down
here on my knees I'm
begging You please There's
nothing left for me to do I
need a miracle from You Nate

*I'm*
tired of days That
feel like this When
hurt is like a rope Wrapped
around my wrist Jason

*I*
know You're listening I
know it's in Your hands But
still I'm out here in the dark I
just don't understand Chorus

*Jeremy*

*I*
know You're tired With
plans to keep Off
saving someone's life Or
calming stormy seas Jason

*But*
I'm not asking You To
bring me back the moon All
I need is a little help That
can only come from You Chorus

*Nathan*

*How*
long Can
I go on this way I
need You to plead my case Nate

*Woah*
and, turn this thing around Chorus

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