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We Are Born Blind
Pop - Contemporary Christian
Scott John Smith
October 10, 2014
MP3 5.7 MB
140 kbps bitrate
5:43 minutes
We are born blind – blind from our birthing. We are born blind when we come to earth. Born blind there ain’t no rehearsing Born blind the last to the first Open my eyes that I might see clearly Open my eyes that I might believe. As I stumble and fall on my life’s dark journey Take a hold of my hand a gently lead. Cause we are born blind -Life is uncertain We just don’t know what the future will bring. Born blind - Behind a dark curtain. Nothing remembered – we’ve forgotten everything In my mind’s eye I see things much clearer Whenever I cry, washed clean with my tears I hear your voice but dare not draw nearer It’s not the night but the darkness I fear Too many voices in the dark. Sometimes it’s hard to tell them apart. If I give heed – which one to believe If I choose to follow – where will they lead me Cause I was born blind When Adam and Eve ate the fruit that was forbidden The serpent he said, “Now at last you shall see The difference in good and the evil that was hidden "Ye shall not die but as gods ye shall be” The devil deceives – he is a liar. We can’t believe a word that he says. When he told Eve that her eyes would be opened He knew her heart would be blinded instead. Why am I here, where did I come from? If my eyes are clear then why can’t I see? After I die where will I travel Unravel the threads of this dark tapestry. Just like a glass standing darkly before us Starkly we see through eyes that are stained Stained by the sin and the falling of Adam One little bite and the whole world was changed Put out my eyes that I may not witness Put out my eyes that I may not see The wars and the crimes- The murder and the sickness that Storm through this life like some deadly disease In Adam we die because of transgression In Christ made alive we rise from the dead Do not give heed to the devil’s deception All things shall be as they were once again ‘cause I was born blind – I am a beggar O, Son of David have mercy on me. Touch my heart that I might see better Touch me heart that I might believe