• Danny Gokey - Rise Lyrics

    From the album Rise

    There's a brokenness inside of you
    There's a wound that still reminds you
    Of the fear, shame and rejection
    You have seen it, you have seen it

    You know it's time to get up
    But your heart's paralyzed, you're so stuck
    You're past the point of trying again
    You're defeated, you're defeated

    But something inside you can't deny
    You hear the call of your creator
    I made you for more, unlocked the door
    I wanna restore your glory

    So Rise
    Breaking the dark, piercing the night
    You're made to shine
    An army of hope
    Bringing the world
    A radiant light
    A radiant light
    You were made to rise, rise

    Lift your head and look around you
    See the dreams you lost, they have found you
    And the heart that once was beating
    Is coming back to life
    Coming back to life

    But something inside you can't deny
    You hear the call of your creator
    I made you for more, unlocked the door
    I wanna restore your glory

    So Rise
    Breaking the dark, piercing the night
    You're made to shine
    An army of hope
    Bringing the world
    A radiant light
    A radiant light
    You were made to rise, rise

    Shut the door on yesterday
    Leave what happened in the grave
    You were made to rise
    You were made to shine
    Creations longing for the day
    For kings and queens to take their place
    You were made to rise
    You were made to shine

    Rise
    Breaking the dark
    Piercing the night
    Made to shine
    Bring the world
    A radiant light

    Rise
    Breaking the dark, piercing the night
    You're made to shine
    An army of hope
    Bringing the world
    A radiant light
    A radiant light
    You were made to rise, rise
    You were made to rise, rise
    You were made to

    |Publishing:|
    BMG Platinum songs, Creative Hearts Publishing (BMI) / Word Music, LLC, Howiecowie Publishing (ASCAP) / Wordspring Music, LLC, (SESAC)

    Writer(s): Danny Gokey, Benji Cowart, Josh Brownleewe