Broken Hallelujah

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The Afters are a Christian rock band founded by Joshua Havens and Matt Fuqua. Havens and Fuqua first worked together in a Starbucks coffee shop in Mesquite, Texas, where they played for customers, before deciding to form a band. They added Brad Wigg and Marc Dodd, who were also employed at the same… more »

I can barely stand right now
Everything is crashing down
And I wonder where You are

I try to find the words to pray
I don't always know what to say
But You're the one who can hear my heart

Even though I don't know what Your plan is
I know You make beauty from these ashes

I've seen joy and I've seen pain
And on my knees I call Your name
Here's my broken Hallelujah
With nothing left to hold onto
I raise these empty hands to You
Here's my broken
Here's my broken Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah

You know the things that have brought me here
You know the story of every tear
'Cause You've been here from the very start

Even though I don't know what Your plan is
I know You make beauty from these ashes

I've seen joy and I've seen pain
And on my knees I call Your name
Here's my broken Hallelujah
With nothing left to hold onto
I raise these empty hands to You
Here's my broken
Here's my broken Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah

When all is taken away, don't let my heart be changed
Let me always sing Hallelujah
When I feel afraid, don't let my hope be erased
Let me always sing Hallelujah

Hallelujah (repeat)

Written by: DAN OSTEBO, JORDAN MOHILOWSKI, JOSH HAVENS, MATTHEW D. FUQUA

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