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Album: Moments for the Heart
Track: Always Be a Child

Always Be a Child Lyrics

Words and Music by Ray Boltz and Steve Millikan

I was there
When you drew the breath of life
And I could hear your voice
The first time that you cried
And though you couldn't see Me
I was very near
And there's something now
That I want you to hear

CHORUS:
You will always be a child
In my eyes
And when you need some love
My arms are open wide
And even when you're growing old
I hope you realize
You will always be a child
In my eyes

I was there the first time
That you prayed
And I heard
All the promises you made
And when you fell before Me
Crying, Father, I have sinned
I picked you up
And held you close again

CHORUS (repeat)

©1991 Shepherd Boy Music/ASCAP and SonWorshippers/ASCAP.

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