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7eventh Time Down - I'm Free (CCM)

7eventh Time Down has released a Christian Contemporary Music (CCM) track called I'm Free.


Verse 1:
I’ve been in my feelings lately
lonely lost and going crazy
just giving up
Like I forgot who I was
when did I start blindly chasing
Empty lies and accusations
They don’t own me 
They don’t narrate my story

Every time that I get here
Show me how I can think clear
Take the doubt, make it disappear 
Tell me what I need to hear

I was bound and broken
But I’ve been set free
I got no chains on me
No guilt, no shame on me
I am saved, forgiven
I’ve been redeemed
I got no chains on me
No guilt, no shame on me
I’m Free

Verse 2:
I still hear those conversations
Arguments and words I’ve wasted
Tryin’ to prove
It’s felt like me versus you
You say I’m a new creation
I don’t see a new creation
that’s just the truth
Help me to see like you do

Every time that I get here
Show me how I can think clear
Take the doubt, make it disappear 
Tell me what I need to hear

Free at last
I’m Free at last 
Thank God almighty I’m free at last 
Free at last 
I’m free at last
Thank God almighty I’m free 


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