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Workshop #307: "Trust" by Mark A. Dunfee

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Description of the track:

I've learned from personal experience that I can trust Jesus with every aspect of my life, so I wrote a short song about it. I used Mixcraft 6 for the tracks and Beatcraft for the drums. Used an old Radio Shack mic, a Takamime acoustical guitar, and a LTD electric guitar. I thank you for the opportunity to have my song looked at by a professional.

Lyrics:

TRUST
BY
MARK & GAYLA DUNFEE
2013

Well there's something I learned long time ago that today is still so true
You can trust Jesus He'll always see us through
He's with us in the good times most of all the hard times too
His love for us knows no bounds His love is oh so true
Lord there were times when I didn't think I'd make it but You came and lifted me
And there were times when I thought all was lost but You caused me to believe
that with You all things are possible You moved my mountains away
You raised Your mighty hands and turned my night into day

(instrumental break)

Yes He's with us in the good times most of all the hard times too
His love for us knows no bounds His love is oh so true
Well there's something I learned long time ago that today is still so true
You can trust Jesus yes He'll always see us through
Yes He'll always see us through I'm telling ya He'll always see us through

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