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Give me the words
Tell me what to say
That’ll explain all this
Please give me a way.

 

Give me a new vision
Like no one’s ever seen,
Help me and the rest of them
Know what I really mean.

 

Give me a strong will
So I won’t admit defeat,
Give me concentration
Until it is complete.

 

Give me some more time
To do what I have to,
Give me some confidence
But let me know it’s all from You.

 

Give me a message
Some kind of little sign,
Give me reassurance
That it will be just fine.

 

Give me a brainstorm
Like no one’s ever heard,
I know it’s all from You
Please give me the words.

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