Smartest Person In The Room by Ross King


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Smartest Person In The Room
by Ross King

Album: Perhaps I've Said Too Much
by Ross King


Smartest person in the room again

Don't you wonder every now and then

If it's dangerous to be the winner so consistently?

I fear you're doomed to never be surprised

Cause you are satisfied with your ability

For finding God's own truth in every mystery

Would you be willing to admit

That you'd been wrong if Jesus isn't

Who you thought He was?

Or would close your eyes and ears because

It's your name that everyone is counting on

And it's your shame on the line

Are you trying to hold onto

Your fame? Don't you think that it's conceited

As if Jesus needed your name

You win every argument you're in

And every time it proves you right again

And now your motivation is that you've become too good at this

To quit now, and there's no need

For anyone else because you believe

It's your name that everyone is counting on

And it's your shame on the line

Are you trying to hold onto

Your fame? Don't you think that it's conceited

As if Jesus needed your name

I believe that God is in you

God knows that I have been you many times before

By His grace, I won't be anymore

Look inside if you are willing

You'd best be prepared for killing what you find

Cause in your mind

You may find the devil in disguise

I hope it's not as bad as I have heard

Cause if it is, then I'm just wasting words

There may be nothing I can say to make you stop right now and pray

"O God, change me

Give me ears to hear and eyes to see it's

Your name that everyone is counting on

And it's Your shame on the line

I'm trading all of my life for

Your fame, forgive me I've been so conceited

You have never needed my name"


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