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Michael W. Smith – Crashing Waves

Michael W. Smith – Crashing Waves lyrics

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Michael W. Smith finally makes "Crashing Waves" available online for thousands if not millions of his fans across the globe, however, we apologize, we have removed the download link due to some issues. thanks

"Crashing Waves" released by Michael W. Smith is a gospel music from his forthcoming studio albumA MILLION LIGHTS” via Rocketown Records & The Fuel Music. Without wasting much of our time, here we go!

Michael W. Smith lyrics

"Crashing Waves"

[Verse 1]
My heart is beating loud, in perfect rhythm
There's beauty all around, that once was hidden!
Waves crash all around me!
Broken is how You found me
I'm heavy like a stone, don't want to be alone now
The past is all I see, fading memories!

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[Chorus 1]
Somebody hid the sun, in the midnight of suffering
My tears are falling down, and crashing like waves
Somebody stole the day, and took Your light from me
I'll never be the same, roll this stone away

[Verse 2]
My heart is beating fast, loud and clearer
The promises at last, are coming nearer!
Waves crash all around me! Oh-ooh!
Broken is how You found me!
I'm heavy like a stone, don't want to be alone now
Will this pain ever be, a fading memory?!

[Chorus 1]
Somebody hid the sun, in the midnight of suffering
My tears are falling down, and crashing like waves
Somebody stole the day, and took Your light from me
I'll never be the same, roll this stone away

[Interlude]

[Bridge]
You roll the stone away!
You roll the stone away-ay-'y-ay
Oh-ooh! Oh-ooooh!

[Chorus 2]
Somebody hears the Son, in the midnight of suffering
My tears are falling down, and crashing like waves
Somebody stole the pain, a thief in the night came
I'll never be the same, You rolled this stone away
Ooh, I'll never be the same, You rolled this stone away

[Outro]
My heart is beating loud, in perfect rhythm

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