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Nathan Nockels/Christy Nockels
Must have been You out in the back yard
The mystery was found in the heart of a child
I didn't know 'till now, that even then I knew You
And there were songs back then,
There was a love affair
And it goes n and on more than I can remeber
It goes deeper still more than I could forget
But as long as I can remember, I thank You Lord that I
Remember you
All thorughout my life
I've been loving you
Must have been You on that twilight evening
I wore the beaded gown
And there were flowers everywhere
And it was all so sacred
It was holy
(chorus)
You are in the simple things of life
You know the kind that make me thankful I'm alive
Just as You are in the monumental moments
That have made us who we are
(chorus)
Must have been You who woke me up this morning
With sounds familiar now
My baby's laughter through the hell
And I whispered a prayer as I embraced a new day
Because Your strength is perfect
It has always been perfect
2001 Sweater Weather Music/Rocketown Music/Word Music, Inc. (ASCAP)



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