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05. Lift Your Head Weary Sinner (Chains)

Neon Steeple
by Crowder



 

Lift your head weary sinner the riverís just ahead
Down the path of forgiveness salvationís waiting there
You built a mighty fortress 10,000 burdens high
Love is here to lift you up, here to lift you high

If youíre lost and wandering
Come stumbling in like a prodigal child
See the walls start crumbling
Let the gates of glory open wide

All whoíve strayed and walked away, unspeakable things youíve done
Fix your eyes on the mountain, let the past be dead and gone
Come all saints and sinners, you canít outrun God
Whatever youíve done canít overcome the power of the blood

If youíre lost and wrecked again
Come stumbling in like a prodigal child
See the walls start crumbling
Let the gates of glory be open wide


Produced and Engineered by Christian Paschall Ed Cash and David Crowder Mixed by Christian Paschall / Lead Vocals and Acoustic Guitar by David Crowder / Banjo and Lap Steel by Kenny Hutson / Banjo, Guitar and Programming by Ed Cash / Drums, Percussion, Mellotron, Programming by Christian Paschall / Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Resonator, Mandolin and Theremin by Josh Murty / Synth Bass by Max Mitchell / Background Vocals by A Plethora Of Good Folk Written by Ed Cash, David Crowder and Seth Philpott © 2014 sixsteps Music / worshiptogether.com Songs (ASCAP) / sixsteps Songs / Worship Together Music (Admin. at CapitolCMGPublishing.com) / Alletrop Music (BMI)

 

 

 

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