Look Up Child - Lauren Daigle

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Look Up Child Lyrics

Where are You now
When darkness seems to win?
Where are You now
When the world is crumbling?

Oh I, I-I-I, I hear You say
I hear You say

Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey

Where are You now (where are You?)
When all I feel is doubt?
Oh, where are You now
When I can't figure it out?

Oh I, I-I-I, I hear You say
I hear You say

Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up...

You're not threatened by the war
You're not shaken by the storm
I know You're in control
Even in our suffering
Even when it can't be seen
I know You're in control

Oh I, I-I-I, I hear You say
I hear You say

Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up child, oh-oh-oooh
I hear You say, You say, You say
Look up child, hey

I hear You say, You say, You say
Look up, look up, look up, look up
Look up child, oh-ooh, ooh, oh-oooh...
I hear You say, You say, You say
Look up child, hey

I hear You say, You say, You say
Look up, look up, look up, look up
Look up child
I hear You say, You say, You say

I hear You, I hear You calling my name, oh
Look up child, hey
I hear You say, You say, You say
Look up, look up
Look up child, hey
Look up child, hey
Look up

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Lauren Ashley Daigle (born September 9, 1991) is an American contemporary Christian music singer from Lafayette, Louisiana. Daigle is signed to the Centricity Music label. Daigle was awarded the New Artist of the Year at the 2015 GMA Dove Awards; "How Can It Be" won the Song of the Year for the year. Daigle's album, "How Can It Be," was nominated for a 2016 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. Daigle grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana in an environment of Zydeco, Blues and Cajun music. Because she contracted a contagious disease while in high school, she completed two years of homeschooling/distance education. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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