Ronnie Freeman The Only Thing cover

The Only Thing
by Ronnie Freeman
Lyrics and Meaning


Genre
Christian & Gospel
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The Only Thing Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I heard someone say the other day
They'd seen in me true love displayed
Blessed by something I had done for them
Verse 2
No sooner did they speak those words
I found myself somehow disturbed
Uneasy as I took their compliment
Verse 3
Because I know the heart inside this man
And I know the truth of who I am
Verse 4
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
I'll live long enough to know no matter what this life may show
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
Verse 5
If you could walk the hallways of my heart
And see things as they really are
I wonder if you might be surprised
Verse 6
Seeing faded walls of pride and fear
Rooms I've filled with faithless tears
And corners where I've stood in compromise
Verse 7
Oh but you'd see the work his grace has done
And you'd know just how far I've come
Verse 8
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
I'll live long enough to know no matter what this life may show
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
Verse 9
And in a thousand years
When the dust of this world clears
And I look back on my life and see in perfect light
Verse 10
Yeah, yeah, the only thing that's good in me is Jesus
The only thing that's good in me is Jesus
I know me well enough to know yeah
Verse 11
The only thing that's good in me is yeah
The only thing that's good in me is yeah
I know me well enough to know no matter what this life may show
The only thing that's good in me is, yeah, is Jesus
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

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