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Remind Me Who I Am – Jason Gray

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There are a lot of Christian artists who know how to sing praise to the Lord, but there’s only one Jason Gray. This talented performer has a hit recording with “Remind Me Who I Am.” It’s from his album “A Way To See In The Dark.” Here’s a sample of the lyrics that resonate with so many people of faith who feel themselves drifting from their purpose. “Remind me who I am. In the loneliest places, When I can’t remember what grace is.” The religious music industry needs high quality performers like Jason Gray; we’re grateful that Jason is among them.

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Remind Me Who I Am Lyrics – Jason Gray

Verse 1:
When I lose My way,
And I forget my name,
Remind me who I am.
In the mirror all I see,
Is who I don’t wanna be,
Remind me who I am.
In the loneliest places,
When I can’t remember what grace is.

Chorus:
Tell me once again who I am to you.
Who I am to you.
Tell me lest I forget who I am to you.
That I belong to you.
To you.

Verse 2:
When my heart is like a stone,
And I’m running far from home,
Remind me who I am.
When I can’t recieve your love,
Afraid I’ll never be enough,
Remind me who I am.
If I’m your beloved,
Can you help me believe it.

Chorus:
Tell me once again who I am to you.
Who I am to you, Woh.
Tell me lest I forget who I am to you.
That I belong to you.
To you.

Bridge:
I’m the one you love,
I’m the one you love,
That will be enough,
I’m the one you love.

Chorus:2x
Tell me once again who I am to you.
Who I am to you.
Tell me lest I forget who I am to you.
That I belong to you, Woh.
To you. 3x

Composers: Jason Gray, Jason Ingram

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