I'd Be Yours
I'd be yours in a second if you'd come around
And I'd wait forever if you made the sound
I'd ask you no questions and tell you no lies
For I see my future when I see your eyes.
I trust you completely, believe all you say
I could listen to you through the night and the day
I'd crawl on my knees to the edge of the earth
If that would bring you a moment of mirth.
I'd be yours in a moment, I'd come at your call
If it was God's will and you loved me at all
For now you are silent, for now I just pray
That maybe there'll come soon a time and a day.
I know the Lord knows the desire of my heart
But first I must yield to Him - that is the start
Once I do that, He will give me my prize
But I must be patient, must silence my cries.
I'll work, serve and pray until God's work is done
I'll see sinners saved and I'll watch souls be won
And hopefully somewhere along this great way
The desire of my heart will come out to play.
I'd be yours in a second if God willed this match
I cannot believe that your eye I would catch
And while I want God's will above all demise
It's my future I see when I look in your eyes.
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