The Whippoorwill Song/I Give You Freedom

Albert B. Smith (1975)


I set the boundries of the ocean vast,
Carved out the mountains from the distant past,
Molded a man from the miry clay,
Breathed in him life, but he went astray.


I own the cattle on a thousand hills;
I write the music for the whippoorwills,
Control the planets with their rocks and rills,
But give you freedom to use your own will.

I hold the waters in my mighty hand,
Spread out the heavens with a single span,
Make all creation tremble at My voice,
But My own sons come to Me by choice.


Even the oxen know the Master's stall,
And sheep will recognize the shepherd's call.
I could demand your love- I own you twice;
But only willing love is worth the price.

And if you want Me to, I'll make you whole;
I'll only do it though if you say so.
I'll never force you for I love you so;
I give you freedom; is it yes or no?
I give you freedom; is it yes or no?
I give you freedom; is it yes or no?

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