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Loving You

My soul, as are the souls of others, as God chooses, is compelled to love, desire and serve God, no matter what. We falter, we fail, we don’t always know what God thinks or feels about us but we press on as if there is no choice. It is an irresistible and unconscious force in spite of everything.

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Loving You

Loving You, loving You,

Loving You is all I can do.

Even when I’m sad or mad,

Whether You think I’m good or bad,

Loving You is all I can do.

 

Lethbridge, AB; September 24, 1983 (verse 1)

Wanting You, wanting You,

Wanting You is all I can do.

Even when I’m rich or poor,

Whether it seems I’m not so sure,

Wanting You is all I can do.

 

Serving You, serving You,

Serving You is all I can do.

Even when I’m weak or strong,

Whether they think I’m right or wrong,

Serving You is all I can do.

 

Bernalillo, NM; March 1985 (verses 2 & 3)

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