Thank You by Rapture Ruckus

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Thank You
by Rapture Ruckus

Album: Live At World's End

Since I took my first breath and I took my first steps
You were there and angel on my shoulder and you're my best friend
You taught me the meaning of unconditional love
You pulled us through the storm when the sea was getting rough
And you always... played your part, and we always had enough
And for that alone I just can't thank you enough
No better mum could I have ever wished to have had
You'd hold me in your arms when I was feeling sad
And told me that I could be anything I want to be
Aim for stars son cause one day a star you'll be
And I just want you to see how much you mean to me
Means more than anything this world could offer me
And I know I haven't always been there
And for a few years I probably had you worried and scared but yo
There's no more worries rest your head it's all good
'Cause you stood by your baby boy when nobody else would.

And there are no words to describe, no place that I could hide
All the stupid things I've done and yet you're still by my side
You never leave me nor forsake me never let me fall
You stood beside me when my back was up against a wall
You are the God of all, all creation bows yeah I'm over whelmed
You are the God of all
I feel my hart pause, I hear applause
Give all the glory to you 'cause it's you who opened all the doors
And I aint even worthy to be yours
But you still pulled me from the storm when I was straining at the ores
And I'm walking by faith and it's only by your grace
That I'm holding on to your word till the day I see your face
It's just words over beats and chords
But I just want to tell you lord that I'm truly yours
And I'm looking forward to the day when I'm chilling in your courts
When I reach the heavenly gates and I'm walking through the doors

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