There Was Jesus Lyrics - Dolly Parton and Zach Williams


There Was Jesus Lyrics By Dolly Parton and Zach Williams. The song is a single by American singer-songwriters Dolly Parton and Zach Williams.

Every time I try to make it on my own
Every time I try to stand, I start to fall
And all those lonely roads that I have travelled on
There was Jesus

When the life I built came crashing to the ground
When the friends I had were nowhere to be found
I couldn't see it then but I can see it now
There was Jesus

In the waiting, in the searching
In the healing, in the hurting
Like a blessing buried in the broken pieces
Every minute, every moment
Where I've been or where I'm going
Even when I didn't know it
Or couldn't see it
There was Jesus

For this man who needs amazing kind of grace (mm-hmm)
For forgiveness and a price I couldn't pay (mm-hmm, mm-hmm)
I'm not perfect so I thank God every day
There was Jesus
There was Jesus

In the waiting, in the searching
In the healing, in the hurting
Like a blessing buried in the broken pieces
Every minute, every moment
Where I've been or where I'm going
Even when I didn't know it
Or couldn't see it

There was Jesus
On the mountains
In the valleys
There was Jesus
In the shadows
Of the alleys

There was Jesus
In the fire, in the flood
There was Jesus
Always is and always was, oh

No, I never walk alone
Never walk alone
You're always there

In the waiting, in the searching
In the healing, in the hurting
Like a blessing buried in the broken pieces
Every minute, every moment
Where I've been or where I'm going
Even when I didn't know it
Or couldn't see it
There was Jesus

There was Jesus
There was Jesus
There was Jesus

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Song: There Was Jesus
Lyrics: Dolly Parton, Zach Williams
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This post is about There Was Jesus Lyrics by Dolly Parton and Zach Williams. It was released on November 6, 2019, as the lead single from Parton's forty-fourth studio album, A Holly Dolly Christmas. The song peaked at number one on both the Hot Christian Songs and Christian Airplay charts.

It was written by Parton, Williams and Jonathan Smith, and produced by Smith and Marshall Altman. The song has been described as a "country-gospel duet that celebrates the power of Jesus Christ and the hope He brings to all".