Thank You For The No by Tasha Layton


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Into The Sea by Tasha Layton

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Thank You For The No
by Tasha Layton

Album: Into The Sea
by Tasha Layton


Though were lips were saying
"God, you are good"
My heart was asking, is it really so
You knew what I wanted
More than anything
But that's the one thing I felt you withhold

'Cause you knew I wasn't ready
You knew the time it'd take
Now that I can see your wisdom
Standing in the place

I say thank for the not yet
Thank for the not now
For the hold on, for the silence
It took a while to see
How you were saving me for something
A little farther down the road
And now I'm standing in your better yes
So thank you for the no

You were working on my patience
Leading me with love
You knew just how much I hate to wait
(You know just how much I need to wait)
Through it you were tender
Teaching me to trust
Guess sometimes that's how you grow a faith

I say thank for the not yet
Thank for the not now
For the hold on, for the silence
It took a while to see
How you were saving me for something
A little farther down the road
And now I'm standing in your better yes
So thank you for the no
Thank you for the no

Oh, I can finally see, yeah
All your ways are better
So much better
You're working all things out
For my good, for my good, so

Thank for the not yet
Thank for the not now
For the hold on, for the silence
It took a while to see
How you were saving me for something
A little farther down the road
And now I'm standing in your better yes

I say thank for the not yet
Thank for the not now
For the hold on, for the silence
It took a while to see
How you were saving me for something
A little farther down the road
And now I'm standing in your better yes
So thank you for the no
Oh, thank you for the no
Oh, thank you for the no
Thank you for the no
Oh, thank you for the no


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