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Tenth Avenue North – The Struggle lyrics

There's a wreckage,
There's a fire,
There's a weakness,
In my love
There's a hunger,
I can't control.

Lord I falter
And I fall down,
Then I hold on
To the chains You broke
When You came and
Saved my soul
Saved my soul.

Chorus:
Hallelujah, we are free to struggle
We're not struggling to be free
Your blood bought and makes us children
Children drop your chains and sing.

So why Lord do I still fail?
Do I wear thin?,
Why do I still give in to temptation?
On my own, I am bankrupt,
I don't trust You
Or take You at Your word,
What You've promised.

Chorus:
Hallelujah, we are free to struggle
We're not struggling to be free
Your blood bought and makes us children
Children drop your chains and sing.

Bridge:
Hallelujah, death is overcome and we are breathing.
Hallelujah, our stone hearts become flesh that's beating.
Hallelujah, chains have been undone and we are singing.
Hallelujah, the fire has begun, can you feel it?

Chorus:
Hallelujah, we are free to struggle
We're not struggling to be free
Your blood bought and makes us children
Children drop your chains and sing.



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