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 Heart Of Mine
The world will come and bring us out
The good and bad today's about
To love like this and hold no one
Is hard on heart who seeks someone

Someone to hold if for today
Someone who holds a place to stay
As night now comes as does the cold
That beckons us to leave Gods fold

Yet they share what my heart bares
A state of mind that bonds and cares
With one some call a JESUS freak
Whose sins beckon in heart they streak

Yet in this hour of storms that rage
We prep ourselves for war engage
The unseen things before our eyes
As charge GOD shouts, loud is His cry

Heart of mine please wait for me
We will return and you will see
A new creature that needs to be
The part missing inside of thee

Heart of mine it pains us so
To see no more what we let go
For now my destiny does call
To fight what mauls when soldier falls

Battle wears our armor worn
Wounds and flesh upon us torn
Will be the cause to rise again
Against this scourge it's will we'll bend

Chase we shall and in the end
I'll have the one and time to spend
Whats left of me and heart of mine
Whats left of us till end of time

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