Lady In My Life by Paul Smith


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Human Touch by Paul Smith

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Lady In My Life
by Paul Smith

Album: Human Touch


The lady in my life
She's a sweet homemaker
Mother and wife
God gives her special favor
Putting up with me
All my inconsistencies
Must drive her crazy sometimes

The lady I call mine
With those eyes that chase the clouds
Right right from my sky
Chosen from a million others just for me
By a God who knows my needs
And finds a way to meet them every time
He reached into His treasures and supplied
The lady in my life

When staying together
Is becoming obsolete
Each day she finds a new way
To make my life complete
And when it seems that next to Jesus
She's the only one who cares
Thick and thin, lose or win
I know that she'll be there

Oh, the lady in my life
Lord, forgive me if I've ever let her down
When we get to heaven
Let her wear the finer crown
For no gift on earth compares
To all the ways for me she's sacrificed
I thank the Lord in heaven every night
For the lady in my life

I remember when this old world
Broke our hearts in two
Through all her fear and anger
Right through the black and blue
She said, "God has His arms around us
And tomorrow's coming soon
And I'll face any fire
As long as I am here with you"

The lady in my life
God keeps teaching us
To share the common heart
And what He's joined together
And nothing's ever gonna tear apart
Though I forget to praise His name
For a thousand other blessings He provides
I thank the Lord in heaven every night
For the lady in my life

I thank the Lord in heaven every night
For the lady in my life, oh...
I thank the Lord in heaven every night
For the lady, for the lady in my life

The lady in my life
Oh, I thank You, Lord
Oh, I surely want to thank You, Lord
For the lady in my life
Oh, for the lady in my life, oh...
Oh, Lord


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