Chris Rice: Big Enough

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Lyrics

None of us knows and this makes it a mystery
If life is a comedy
Then why all the tragedy?
Three-and-a-half pounds of brain try to figure out
What this world is all about
And is there an eternity?

Is there an eternity?

God if You're there, I wish You'd show me
And God if You care then I need You to know me
I hope You don't mind me asking the questions
But I figure You're big enough
I figure You're big enough

Lying on pillows we're haunted and half-awake
Does anyone hear us pray
If I die before I wake?
Then the morning comes and the mirror's another place
Where we wrestle face to face
With the image of Deity

The image of Deity

God if You're there, I wish You'd show me
And God if You care then I need You to know me
I hope You don't mind me asking the questions
But I figure You're big enough
I figure You're big enough

When I imagine the size of the universe
And I wonder what's out past the edges
Then I discover inside me a space as big
And believe that I'm meant to be
Filled up with more than just questions

So God if You're there, I wish You'd show me
And God if You care then I need You to know me
I hope You don't mind me asking the questions
But I figure You're big enough
I figure You're big enough

'Cause I am not big enough