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Every Breath: The Jenny Phillips Collection (Jenny Phillips) · 867-5309/Jenny (Tommy Tutone) · Jenny Burton (Jenny Burton) · Jenny Ondioline, Pt. 2 (Stereolab) · Jenny Ondioline, Pt. 1 (Stereolab) · Jenny from the Block [Australia CD] (Jennifer Lopez) · Jenny Don't Be Hasty, Pt. 2 (Paolo Nutini) · Jenny [Acoustic] (Nothing More) · Jenny (The Click Five) · Jenny's Wedding (Mary Lambert) – and 90 other albums »


on others Thou art calling
Do not pass me by

Let me at Thy throne of mercy
Find a sweet relief
Kneeling there in deep contrition
Help my unbelief
on others Thou are calling, do not pass me by.

Let me at a throne of mercy, find a sweet relief;
Kneeling there in deep contrition, help my unbelief
on others Thou are calling,
Do not pass me by.
Let me at a throne of mercy
Find a sweet relief;
Kneeling there in deep contrition,
Help my unbelief.
Trusting
Kneeling there in deep contrition;
Help my unbelief.
[Chorus]
Trusting only in Thy merit,
Would I seek Thy face;
Heal my wounded, broken spirit,
Save
on others Thou art calling
Do not pass me by

Let me at Thy throne of mercy 
Find a sweet relief
Kneeling there in deep contrition
Help my unbelief
Kneeling there in deep contrition,
Help my unbelief.

[Chorus]

Trusting only in Thy merit,
Would I seek Thy face,
Heal my wounded, broken spirit,
to do
CHORUS
BRIDGE
I believe, help me with my unbelief
I believe, help me with my unbelief
Help me believe
But if I really believed every word
Well the sun is burning down on the pavement
Money in the bank
I ain't gonna save it
Jenny's coming by
Hope she makes it
Jenny's coming by
Sure
to a rock'n'roll station
And it was all right, hey baby,
You know, it was all right

Jenny said, when she was just about five years old
`You know, my parents
to a rock'n'roll station
And it was all right, hey baby,
You know, it was all right

Jenny said, when she was just about five years old
`You know, my parents
to a rock'n'roll station
And it was all right, hey baby,
You know, it was all right

Jenny said, when she was just about five years old
`You know, my parents
Bear With Me Lord

Written by Ray Scott & Phillip Moore


Sunday mornin', ten A.M.

My mouth is dry and my blood's runnin' thin

I know where I
'n' roll station
And it was all right, hey baby,
You know, it was all right

Jenny said, when she was just about five years old
'You know, my
I'm not letting go 
And the God we know 
Will not fail us 

We will lay it all down 
As we call out 
Sweet savior 
Help our unbelief 

When you
to a rock'n'roll station
And it was all right, hey baby,
You know, it was all right

Jenny said, when she was just about five years old
`You know, my parents
Jenny said when she was just five years old
My parents are gonna be the death of us all
Two tv sets and two cadillac cars
Ain't gonna help us at all
to the flesh)

(Sweet little woman, sweet little woman)

I won't lie, I love b-u-d-d-y (why)
Cause I never let it walk on by
When it comes to me and Jenny
can't choose the life you got
And hers never did a thing to help
Most times she was by herself

So little Jenny got desperate
And out on the street
to the flesh)

(Sweet little woman, sweet little woman)

I won't lie, I love b-u-d-d-y (why)
Cause I never let it walk on by
When it comes to me and Jenny
to the flesh)

(Sweet little woman, sweet little woman)

I won't lie, I love b-u-d-d-y (why)
Cause I never let it walk on by
When it comes to me and Jenny
by which I lived
And revenge my only goal

But the road to happiness isn't paved with hate
I'm glad I learned how to forgive before it was too late
tree house that we chilled at 
but then in '94 I couldnt help it but feel sad 
Jenny had to leave me to go get a little knowledge 
100 miles away in
tree house that we chilled at 
but then in '94 I couldnt help it but feel sad 
Jenny had to leave me to go get a little knowledge 
100 miles away in
Jean Claude: Now Madame Blueberry was a sad little berry
She lived by herself in a house in a tree.
Her butlers would show up each morning at nine
like Terrance & Phillip
A man or gorilla my cap toot back like Fred
So white bitches jump on my "Limp Bizkit" and yell
"You niggas know you can't fuck