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I Hope - Lyrics

I’ve tasted freedom before

It felt like my feet were nailed down right in front of that open door

I’ve felt trapped here before

Too afraid to take the leap ‘cause I wanted to understand everything

But there comes a point when you have to make a choice

So when it comes down to it and the rubber meets the road


I hope that you choose freedom

I hope that you choose love

I pray that you would know that you are enough


I know you’re on the fence again

Stuck between where you’ve been and a future that’s uncertain

I know you’re not sure what to do

Believe me, I’ve been there too

But there comes a point when you have to make a choice

So when it comes down to it and the rubber meets the road


I hope that you choose freedom

I hope that you choose love

I pray that you would know that you are enough

I hope that you choose life

I hope that you choose joy

I pray that you can trust even if you don’t know why


‘Cause every day there’s choices we all have to make

You can choose left or right or back or forward

You can choose left or right or back or forward

You can choose left or right or back or forward

But there comes a point when you have to make a choice

So when it comes down to it and the rubber meets the road


I hope that you choose freedom

I hope that you choose love

I pray that you would know that you are enough

I hope that you choose life

I hope that you choose joy

I pray that you can trust even if you don’t know why



Copyright 2020 Abigail Nygren

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