The Oak Ridge Boys - I Know Lyrics

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I Know


Some people say that this ole time religion is just a thing of the past.
But in this modern that we're livin', it's the only thing that will last.
Now you may think that I'm a little ole fashioned; Well friend that's alright with me.
But I'm so glad that I am a Christian and from sin I have been set free.


I know I know, there's no doubt about it. He lives in my heart and I'm gonna shout it
I know I know, my sins are forgiven. And I'm on my way to a place that's called Heaven.


Not long ago, at an ole fashioned meeting. I knelt on my knees there in prayer.
He lifted my burdens; Sins shackles fell from me and His presence was so real everywhere.
Now that the load that I carry is light, and he changed the grey skies to blue.
My steps are now higher, for I have this assurance that His sweet love will carry me through.


I know I know, there's no doubt about it. He lives in my heart and I'm gonna shout it
I know I know, my sins are forgiven. And I'm on my way to a place that's called Heaven.


Come go with me to that land over yonder, He's prepared for the pure and the true.
It's a place where sickness and death cannot enter, I'm going brother how about you?
Maybe today or maybe tomorrow, He'll return in robes of pure white.
I'm packing up now getting my things together, Who knows? It might be tonight.


I know I know, there's no doubt about it. He lives in my heart and I'm gonna shout it
I know I know, my sins are forgiven. And I'm on my way to a place that's called Heaven.


I know I know, there's no doubt about it. He lives in my heart and I'm gonna shout it
I know I know, my sins are forgiven. And I'm on my way to a place that's called Heaven.


Heaven...


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