Purpose To Melody Lyrics

Purpose To Melody Lyrics

Purpose To Melody

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Purpose To Melody Lyrics
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I remember days gone by and what it was first like
To never think that it could end
Dont know what we were thinking
And I reflect upon that night
When we would breathe for the first time
To see the hands raised high to the One wed give our lives

To this day, I wouldnt change a single thing
Except mistakes that separate
To feel again the reason in
What we give the part the role in which we live

I feel like something busting
Breaking out of its own skin
I feel this child escaping outside of the heart of an old man
I feel like something ripping and tearing off this callous
Revealing me
I never want it to end
This old feeling were feeling again

Through seasons of it all, there were deserts that would fall
And there were peaks that we would climb
But in the valleys where we shined
We couldnt dream a better dream
The almighty call our name and do something with nothing
And I give purpose to this melody
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