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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 u 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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