Make A Way

Natalie Grant

She was only seventeen
Wild at heart
And following her dreams
Even she was pretty
Got a ticket to the city
Where she'd find her place
On the cover of a magazine
It was only
But it would lead the way
To the door of a man
Where she'd throw it all away
He said they'd take it slow
But little did she know
She'd be all used up
By the end of the day

But she was strong
She would survive
Ambition
Would be her drive

I'll make the way
I'll do
Whatever it takes
Even though
It won't be easy
I have a plan
And though
I may not understand
Someday I'll make a way
Here me say someday
I'll make a way

Where did she go wrong
How did she get here
Living hard
And looking older
Than her years
Miss Little Bigtown
Trying to hold a job down
Just doing what she could
To choke her fears

But she was strong
She would survive
The spark of hope
That kept her dream
Was not alive

I'll make a way
I'll do whatever it takes
Even though
It won't be easy
I have a plan and though
I may not understand

Someday I'll make a way

Walking down the road
In the city where she'd come
With so much hope
See her vision had long died
Along with all her pride
When she found herself
At the end of her road
She heard angels
Through the doors
Of a church she'd passed
A million times before
Inside the choirs
Song was ringing
Since she'd found
Herself believing
Out there maybe
There was something more

And so she bowed
Her head to pray
She cried Jesus
Please make a way
And she heard Him say

I'll make a way
I'll do whatever
It takes even though
It won't be easy
I have a plan
And though you
May not understand
Today I'll make a way
Hear Him say today
He'll make a way

Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah

Today
He'll make a way
For you
He's gonna make a way
For you
He'll make a way

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Enviada por Rafael
Traduzida por Mateus
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