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Sinking below the storms of unknown
I'm calling, I'm calling for You
Jesus, You know I love You so
Forgive me, forgive me
For sailing away
In storms I create
Well, I'll leave today; yes, I'll sail away
Back to You, back to You
Across the sea of uncertainty
I need You, I need You

How can I thank You, my beautiful Love
To love You forever is not long enough
Whenever it feels like I'm in too deep
I am reminded I am in You
And the storms that threaten
Lie beneath your wounded feet

Jesus, I'm weak
But You strengthen me
I love You, I love You
I sing You this song
So don't tarry long
I'm waiting, I'm waiting for You



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