Whole Again by Jennifer Knapp
Daddy, daddy do you miss me?
The way I crawled upon your knee.
Those childish games of hide and seek
Seem a million miles away
Am I lost in some illusion?
Am I what You thought I'd be?
Now it seems I find myself in need to be forgiven
Is there still room upon that knee?
If I give my life, If I lay it down
Can you turn this life around?
Can I be made clean by this offering of my soul
Can I be made whole again?
Have I labored all for nothing
Tryin' to make it on my own.
Fear to reach out for the hand of one who understands me
Say I'd rather be here all alone
It's all my fault, I sit and wallow in seclusion
As if I had no hope at all, I guess
Truth become You I have seen it all in motion, that
Pride comes before a fall
Can I offer up this simple prayer
Pray it finds a simple ear
A scratch in your infinite time.
Not withstanding my fallings
Not withstanding my crimes