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Faith In You Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Tom Douglas, Joe Henry, Matt Rollins
G Em I don't have faith in technology G Even though we created it C G All this stuff just breaks down anyway D7 And you can never get it fixed Em D7 G C But I do have faith in you
G I don't have faith in politics Em But I do believe in the will of the people C I don't know much about big time religion D7 But I believe in the cross on the steeple Em D7 G And I do have faith in you
Em C And after all this time the lie becomes the truth G D7 We traded in our innocence and sacrificed our youth Em D7 C But you give me your love the one thing I can't lose G Am C D7 G You believe in me and I still have faith in you
The more I search for my significance Em Seems the more I disappear C D7 And I wonder have I made a difference in anybody's life G Since I've been here and I can hear your laughter Em Dm Em G It's the sweetest sound I've ever known C D7 C I don't know how love happens but I know I'm not alone D7 G And I do have faith in you
Em C And after all this time sometimes I see the truth G D7 And I'm touched by your innocence and now I'm not confused Em D7 C You give me your love the one thing I can't lose
G Am You believe in me D7 C And I still have faith in you Em D7 G I do have faith in you
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