has thou deceived my heart

that i may know Thy grace;

torn me apart

to fill me with untainted praise

led me through the driest land

let me hunger deeply

haunted me with tender hands

which others felt so sweetly

has Thou deceived my trusting heart

with truth i cannot conquer

and years have gathered like the rain

flooding all i try to ponder

my thoughts like tiny grains of sand

have never known thy shores

battered with relentless waves

is this to make me yours

i question now , where am i Lord

and have you left me thin

my feet have crossed a thousand roads

when will i ever win?

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