321 Song of Love for God

1. You are my love; You are the song of my heart. You are my love; You are the song of my heart. Without You, I live in darkness and have lost the light. My God, I expect You to come back soon, come back soon! You are my love, my love; You are the song of my heart. Without You, I live in darkness and have lost the light. My God, I expect You to come back soon. My God, come back soon! Without You, I have no support in this dark and evil world. Only living in Your love can satisfy me. Only living in Your love can satisfy me.

2. You are my love; You are the song of my heart. Without You, I live in darkness and have lost the light. My God, I expect You to come back soon, come back soon! Your love has conquered my heart; I cannot leave You any more. Even if You aren’t pleased with me, I’m still loving You quietly, I’m still loving You quietly, following You closely. My love is not up to Your desire; my severe disobedience has grieved Your heart. I will offer You, offer You a better love to satisfy You. I will offer You, offer You a better love to satisfy You.

3. Missing Your love, my heart is so sweet. Dear God, my heart can no longer leave You. When I suffer in refinement, You are with me. Living with You in Your love, I have no more memory of sorrow and misery. You are my love, my love; You are the song of my heart. Your love has conquered my heart; I cannot leave You any more. You are my love, my love; You are the song of my heart. I’m still loving You quietly, following You closely. I will offer You a better love to satisfy You.

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