Lyrics Depot
Lyrics » Newsboys Lyrics » Hallelujah Lyrics
Find Song Lyrics:



Lyrics Depot is your source of lyrics to Hallelujah by Newsboys. Please check back for more Newsboys lyrics.

Hallelujah Lyrics

Artist: Newsboys
Album: Step Up To The Microphone

Hallelujah

walk into the sunlight so bright
illumination blocking out night
she knows that the promises are airtight
there is no doubt and you can see it in her eyes

you'll hear her singing to heaven - even
without letting out a word to be heard
in every single situation (none too big - none too small)
she looks up and the world looks on

Chorus

she sings hallelujah
when all has become nothing
and her hope in the saviour
has colored all she does
and taints the way she loves

she sings hallelujah
and falls to the ground again
with hands stretched up to the sky
waiting for the day
she'll hear the father say...

step into the spotlight - so bright
a character check in the dead of night
to cut the stays of reason, till death defy
all understanding in the neighbour's eye
to run the race like this day's the last celebrate
in all we do and all we say look up
'cause the world looks on

Chorus

we sing hallelujah
when all has become nothing
our hope in the saviour
has colored all we do
let it be for you

we'll sing hallelujah
and fall to the ground again
with hands stretched up to the sky
we're waiting for the day
we'll hear the father say
yeah, to hear him say
"well done, good and faithful one
enter in, come on, share with me
welcome home good and faithful one
on an on through eternity€"
Comments/Interpretations
no comments yet


Name:
Comment:






Related:
Newsboys Lyrics
Newsboys Step Up To The Microphone Lyrics

More Newsboys Music Lyrics:
Newsboys - Dear Shame Lyrics
Newsboys - Giving It Over Lyrics
Newsboys - He Reigns Lyrics
Newsboys - In Christ Alone Lyrics
Newsboys - Kingdom Man Lyrics
Newsboys - Strong Tower Lyrics
Newsboys - The Fad Of The Land Lyrics
Newsboys - Thrive Lyrics

© 2014 LyricsDepot.com. All Rights Reserved.
All lyrics are the property of their respective authors, artists and labels.