Canyon – Ellie Holcomb (Mp3)

Canyon – Ellie Holcomb (Mp3)

Elizabeth Asher Holcomb is an American singer-songwriter for CCM who grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. Her father is the famous music producer Brown Bannister, and she was a member of Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, who was her husband Drew. They met while in school at the University of Tennessee together.

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Lyrics: Canyon – Ellie Holcomb

(I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)
(I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)

The shape of your love is a mystery
The shape of your love is falling rain
There in my deepest ache you are whispering
That the cracks of my broken heart will let you in

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There’s a river running through my deepest sorrow
There’s a river running through my deepest pain
There’s a river running through every dream that never came true
Made me a canyon
But there’s a river running through (I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)
There’s a river running through (I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)

The shape of your love is a mystery
Walks through prison doors and hands out all the keys
You move through the dark you’re a holy wind
But the cracks of my broken heart will breathe you in

There’s a river running through my deepest sorrow
There’s a river running through my deepest pain
There’s a river running through every dream that never came true
Made me a canyon
But there’s a river running through (I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)
There’s a river running through (I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)
There’s a river running through (I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)
There’s a river running through (I’m a canyon, I’m a canyon)

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I walked into the desert and I found you
You set a table for me
In the presence of my enemies
To share with my enemies
No longer my enemies
No longer my enemies

There’s a river running through our deepest sorrow
There’s a river running through our deepest pain
There’s a river running through every dream that never came true
Made us a canyon
But there’s a river running through (we’re a canyon, we’re a canyon)
There’s a river running through (we’re a canyon, we’re a canyon)
There’s a river running through (we’re a canyon, we’re a canyon)
There’s a river running through (we’re a canyon, we’re a canyon)
There’s a river running through (we’re a canyon, we’re a canyon)

But there’s a river running
There’s a river running
There’s a river running through