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Together as one song lyrics - Stryper music

Stryper Together as one lyrics
  • track 8 of 10, total running time
  • album Soldiers under command
  • released in 1985
  • produced by
  • record label
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Together as one lyrics

[Verse 1]
Now is the time
That we stand together as one
A new light inside us will shine
As bright as the sun

[Verse 2]
Let's bring, bring in the new
And do away with the old
A new love, a new love that's true
A love that's never cold,
A love that never dies
A love that fills our souls
We will survive

[Chorus]
Together as one
We'll stand for the world to see
Together as one
We'll shine bright throughout eternity
All the dreams we've dreamed before
Are now reality
Now the dreams of a perfect love
Will always be

[Repeat Chorus ]

You and I in a perfect love faithfully

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check here the lyrics for Together as one, the 8th song of the 10 recorded for the album Soldiers under command, with a total running time of , by Stryper. It was released on via , and produced by .
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