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Twila Paris – Peace Be Still lyrics

Twila Paris
There is an ocean surrounding me
Mostly the water is calm
Just enough breeze to keep me sailing
I feel safe and warm
Angry winds blow suddenly
And I become a churning sea
Then I hear the Master's voice--he says to me
Chorus
Peace be still, Peace be still
Peace be still and the wind and the waves
Peace be still, Peace be still
Peace be still and the ocean obeys
There is an ocean inside of me
Mostly the water is calm
Just enough breeze to keep me sailing
I feel safe and warm
Angry winds blow suddenly
I become a churning sea
Then I hear a quiet voice--He says to me
Repeat Chorus
Angry winds blow suddenly
I become a churning sea
Then I hear a quiet voice--He says to me
Repeat Chorus



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