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Whomsoever dwells
In the shelter
Of the Most High
Live under the protection of the Shaddai
I say of my lord
That he is my fortress
That he is my own love
And in whom I trust
And he will save you
From the fowlers trap
And he will save you
From any Babylon crap
He will lift you
All up in his wings
And you'll find refuge
Underneathe those things

And his truth will be your
Sheild and rampart
So you need not fear
What come looking for you in the dark
And you need not fear
What come looking for you in the day
And you need not fear
What take everybody else away
Ten thousand may fall at your side
Ten thousand at your right
But it can't come near you
'Cause you're living with the Most High

And he will send
His angels to mind you
And they will lift you up
So that you won't strike your foot
Against no stone
Don't strike your foot
'Gainst no stone
'Gainst no stone
'Gainst no stone

And his truth will be your
Sheild and rampart
So you need not fear
What come looking for you in the dark
And you need not fear
What come looking for you in day
And you need not fear
What takes everybody else away
Ten thousand may fall



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