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Whatever happened to Johnny?
He was in church every time the doors were opened;
He gave his time and his money.
Why did he give up the fight?
He was a spiritual her.

Whatever happened to Sharon?
She was the only one
You knew you could always turn to;
How could she be so uncaring?
She turned her back on you;
Who you going to turn to now?

CHORUS
Tell me, tell me who are you depending on;
Tell me who do you believe.
You lost your faith in so many people,
But is your faith in who it should be.
There's only One who keeps all of His promises;
He is the only solid ground.
Let Jesus be the One you are trusting
To lift you up, cause He'll never let you down.

Whatever happens He's faithful;
Those who depend on him will never be disappointed,
So trust His Word and be thankful
You found the One who's true,
Someone you can turn to now.



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    sullymcgullySep 10, 2014 at 10:48 pm
    This is an old, often overlooked, but still important song about trust. In a world where the people we trust most constantly betray us, this song is a helpful reminder that we need to put our faith in Jesus, not simply the people who lead us to Him. A lot of depth for one of SCC's early songs.

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