Come to me Come to me I have been waiting The sun will be rising
Come to me Come to me I have a ring for your finger Don't let the past come between us
Don't you run to the arms of another They won't love you like I can love you Don't you know I am a jealous God I am a jealous God So, come to me
Come to me When you're not sure how you feel When the idols start calling And to their arms you're falling
Don't you run to the arms of another I will hold you I am able To lead you beside the still and living waters I've set a feast upon the table Oh, I am a jealous Lover No one can love you like I love you So come to me
Come to Me Come to Me
Where are you, My beloved? My beloved, where are you?
When You came looking for me I thought it was over I thought we were history And all I could think about Was how I let You down Oh, how I'd let You down
My heart has played the harlot And wandered far from home Like a ship without an anchor Drifting on it's own And You came calling Always calling
And down to the altar I go All alone, together And now on this altar I fall Abandoned, surrendered, yielded I am Yours! I am Yours!!
All to Jesus I surrender All to You I will freely Give Abandoned, surrendered, yielded
And down to the altar I go All alone, together And now on this altar I fall Abandoned, surrendered, yielded I am Yours
Music - Phil Joel / Lyrics - Phil Joel, Dale Evrist
Song Description: "Hmmm, where do I start? This was the first song we began recording but the last to be finished. It took a long time because I wasn't sure how to get it out and recorded the right way. I wanted it to feel like an epic with a sense of journey but not in an orchestral perfectly mapped out way. It needed to be broken, and a bit messy, but with beauty and simplicity. It's my story and hopefully it's yours too. It's the tale of the prodigal son retold through our own lives. It's the story of a Father wanting His kids back. It's a story with an innocent beginning where tragedy breaks in and destroys the scene. It's how the Father went to great lengths to see His family reunited and back in communion.
If there's one song I want people to hear it's this one." - Phil Joel