If God Is Dead (who's This Living For My Soul) Lyrics - Nat Stuckey

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(If God is dead who's this living in my soul)
[ Connie ]
He put flowers on the hills your cup he gladly fills
How can you turn around and say God is dead
But when your stories have all been told there's one thing I'd like to know
If God is dead who's this living in my soul
[ Nat ]
He gives us shelter from life's stormy weather gives us love to keep us together
When life gets like a ship on a raging sea
And when the stage of life grows cold somebody helps us to play our role
If God is dead who's this living in my soul
[ Both ]
If my soul had windows I'd leave them open so the world could see
The ugly scars upon those hands that cleft for you and me
There's the bridge you can cross if you will the toll was paid on Golgota's hill
If God is dead who's this living in my soul
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------ 10/22/2014

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