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"Somebody Said You Care"

I used to walk these streets alone
Broken, always down and on my own
Lookin' high and low to find some peace
Searchin' for someone to fill my need

The longest mile that I ever ran
Lord, I traveled just to touch Your hand
If I only knew You'd dry my tears
I never would have wasted all those years

'cause somebody said You care
You care just for me
Somebody said Lord, You care
And You know what it's like
To be me

Jesus, I know I was wrong
Patiently You waited all along
I know when my weary days are through
I have truly found a friend in You

(Repeat chorus)

tag: And You know what it's like
To be me

Written, Arranged and Produced
David Chenault

The Whittler

Hey old man
What kinds of stories do you have
for me today
Hey old man
Are you to sit there on that park bench
and whittle your days away
Hey old man
You sit there on the banks
of the river shore
And you reflect on tides that drift on by
that never will no more

Hey old man
Recallin' masterworks carved
from driftwood timber
That were made by two old hands that time
somehow had left limber
And secrets shared and bible stories told
Kingdom secrets revealed to me
You said that sin was lost
upon the cross
and only Jesus sets men free

Hey old
Today I sat this park bench all alone
'Cause I know old man
That someone said that you had
gone Home
And I know old man
You said only Jesus has a way
of makin' people free
And now I pray as I sit here
on this park bench
There's a Mansion waitin' for me

Hey old man
Hey old man
Hey old man
Hey old man

Written, Arranged and Produced
David Chenault

David Chenault - vocals, percussion, and guitars
Dow Tomlin - bass guitar
Wayne Killus - drums

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