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Words and music by Margaret Becker and Charlie Peacock Performer: Margaret Becker All That I Am D A/C# D A/C# [ / / / / ][ / / / / ][ / / / / ][ / / / / ] Bm7 D/A E [ / / / / ][ / / / / ][ / / / / ][ / / / / ] D A/C# No one ever gave me a love so fine D A/C# That gently heals my heart one piece at a time Bm7 D/A That takes each jagged edge and every crooked line E And smoothes them to life Well no one ever gave me a love so sweet That tips my heart to drink when I'm fainting from the heat That wraps my aching wounds in strips of mercy So tenderly D Is there anyone who can compare? Chorus: F#m2 D A/C# Bm7 All that I am and all that I will be G Em I place in Your hands, I rest at Your feet F#m2 D A/C# Bm7 F#m (E) All of my life, indebted I will be to You No one ever moved me quite the way You do And just like Jericho I'm vulnerable to You And though You know the way to break me in two You never do Is there anyone who can compare? CHORUS G#7sus C#m Silver and gold, treasure they may be D G Some would die for them but they don't mean that much to me A/C# F#m Cause only You can give a love that satisfies the soul Bm7 /E Sees the darkness of my heart and still won't let me go Is there anyone who can compare? CHORUS (short) F#m2 D A/C# Bm7 D ...All of my life, indebted I will be repeat CHORUS (short) and fade © 1993 His Eye Music (a div. of The Sparrow Corp.) and Multisongs, a div. of Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc. / Maggie Bees Music (SESAC) / Andi Beat Goes On Music (BMI)Home