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Wayne Watson and Paul Mills
One thing I remember from the time I was a child
Rollin' off to Sunday school
There I'd learn about the Bible
Learn about the Lord
And I'd learn about the Golden Rule
"Write it down on your heart" they'd say
So when you're tried you're never caught of guard
And to this very day even when I go astray
I never wander off too far
Well, livin' in the '80s can be a little strange
Distractions on every hand
The talk of nuclear war
And a social revolution
And the evolution theory of man
Well, it's easier for me
To believe that the Creator
In a moment just said "Let it be"
Than to swallow some jive about
Crawlin from the ocean
Or swinging down from the trees
Cause ya see
Chorus
I still believe--I still believe
Too many prayers have been answered
Too many fallen redeemed
Oh, I still believe
Not so long ago the papers ran a story
The headlines said that God is dead
Now they use the name of Jesus like a four letter word
They otta call it out in prayer instead
Pardon me--but that name that you're abusin'
Is livin' in my heart today
And I'll be praying for you that you will find Him too
But for now no matter what you say
Chorus
I've heard the demons believe and they tremble
But there's a difference between them and me ya see
'Cause my name's forever written in the book of life
I'll be singin' in eternity
Repeat Chorus



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