191 How to Recover the Lost Salvation

Verse 1

You asked how long I’d follow You;

I said I’d give my youth and accompany You.

A murmur came from the depths of my heart,

shook the earth and set the mountains swaying.

I swore my oaths with tear-stained cheeks,

but did not know my own hypocrisy.

With time, great changes dilute those feelings,

and the oaths I swore to You became lies.

Pre-chorus

Finally I understand the little I have given.

Trying to repay You is only empty words.

Chorus

Waking from my dream, I worry for myself.

How to recover the lost salvation?

Waking from my dream, I worry for myself.

How to recover the lost salvation?

Verse 2

When we met, I rebelled against You.

I don’t want to remember those old scenes.

My dedication without loyalty

has brought even greater pain to You.

In my youth, You worked so hard for me,

but without any gratitude repaid.

Those years slipped by me and I gained little.

Who can I tell of the remorse within?

Pre-chorus

Finally I understand the little I have given.

Trying to repay You is only empty words.

Chorus

Waking from my dream, I worry for myself.

How to recover the lost salvation?

Waking from my dream, I worry for myself.

How to recover the lost salvation?

Outro

Rushing here, rushing there,

not able to connect with Your heart.

We once met by chance, but I didn’t recognize You,

leaving me with even more regret.

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