There's nothing which You do not know,
Of what I do and where I go.
Because Your knowledge is so great,
And is so completely up-to-date.
(CHORUS) I think Your wonderful, (wonderful)
Oh, Yes, my Lord, I think Your wonderful.
I think Your wonderful, (wonderful)
Oh, yes, my Lord Your really wonderful.
And all those promises I can read,
When I'm in trouble or have a need.
However much I maybe hurt and sore,
I know You've gone that way before.
(CHORUS) I feel You understand, (understand),
Oh, Yes, my Lord, I feel You understand,
I feel You understand, (understand)
Oh, yes, my Lord You really understand.
Your promises You always fulfill,
However great my pain and my ill.
Your mighty arm has power still,
To lovingly express Your perfect will.
(CHORUS) I know You love me Lord, (Love me Lord),
Oh, yes, my Lord, you really love me,....
Love me Lord,......
(Repeat last CHORUS several times and adlib and fadeout)
(c) 2005 Copyright Daniele Luciano Moskal
A song is written from the heart, from experience of love, life and pain. A song can touch one's heart, a song can make you laugh, make you cry, make you happy, make you sad, and make you dance. A song has a life of its own and I am glad to be part of bringing God's love to so many and touching their lives!!
***PS*** This "LOVE ME" song just needs music, I have the song and music in my head but it needs someone or some group to record this very catchy song. It would work best with fast Country kind-a-music or soft-rock music.
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