291 Searching for Intimates

Verse 1

You have worked in the garden long,

You have planted Your love down deep.

You have paid every price,

searching for intimates.

You have searched so very long.

You’ve invested so much true love.

Who could know Your distress?

No one gives You comfort.


Chorus

My heart longs to love You,

and I will imitate the spirit of Peter.

I shall carry out Your will all my life,

and follow You always wholeheartedly.


Verse 2

Your day is coming very soon,

and we strive with the greatest effort.

We wish to be Your intimates,

through wind and rainy weather.

The Master will soon leave the garden,

and the servants have broken hearts.

Such a debt is hard to repay,

even the tiniest part.


Chorus

My heart longs to love You,

and I will imitate the spirit of Peter.

I shall carry out Your will all my life,

and follow You always wholeheartedly.


Bridge

Still in Your heart there is no comfort,

and everybody is filled with anxiety.

I fear that I don’t love You deeply enough,

I dare not become lax in the least.


Chorus

My heart longs to love You,

and I will imitate the spirit of Peter.

I shall carry out Your will all my life,

and follow You always wholeheartedly,

wholeheartedly, wholeheartedly.

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