• Jordan Feliz - Beloved Lyrics

    From the album The River

    Head full of questions, how can you measure up to deserve affection, to ever be enough
    For this existence, when did it get so hard your heart is beating, alive and breathing and there's a reason why
    You are essential, not accidental and you should realize

    (chorus)
    You are beloved
    I wanted you to know you are beloved
    Let it soak into your soul
    Forget the lies you heard, rise above the hurt and listen to these words
    You are beloved
    I want you to know you are beloved you are beloved

    Sometimes a heart can, feel like a heavy weight it pulls you under, and you just fall away
    Is anybody gonna hear you call but there's a purpose, under the surface
    And you don't have to drown let me remind you, that love will find you
    Let it lift you out

    (chorus)
    You are beloved I wanted you to know
    You are beloved let it soak into your soul
    Forget the lies you heard, rise above the hurt and listen to these words
    You are beloved I want you to know
    You are beloved you are beloved

    Don't be afraid, don't let hope fade keep your eyes fixed on the light above
    In the heartbreak, in your mistakes nothing can separate you from love
    Don't be afraid, don't let hope fade keep your eyes fixed on the light above
    In the heartbreak, in your mistakes nothing can separate you from love

    (chorus)
    You are beloved I wanted you to know
    You are beloved let it soak into your soul
    Forget the lies you heard, rise above the hurt and listen to these words
    You are beloved I want you to know you are beloved
    You are beloved you are beloved

    Don't be afraid, don't let hope fade keep your eyes fixed on the light above
    In the heartbreak, in your mistakes nothing can separate you from love

    Publishing: © 2015 CentricSongs (SESAC) / Colby Wedgworth Music & Fair Trade Music Publishers (ASCAP) / Annie and Clyde Music (ASCAP)

    Writer(s): Words and Music by Jordan Feliz, Colby Wedgeworth and Paul Dun