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11. My Name Is Darkness

Attack Of The Wolf King
by Haste The Day



 

With grace, we've marched
To the ends of the earth
To search for the hand
And when all hope is lost
It will be found
Where the heavens and earth collide
And darkness will show his weary head to the light
And the rich trade their treasures for life
For something sweeter than honey
Where the earth and the heavens collide!

And my name is darkness
And I've uncloaked my face to the light
My name is darkness
And I've uncloaked my face

 

 

 

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This Friday, May 13, 2022
ALBUMS
Charles Billingsley The Shadow of Your Smile [Club44 Records]
Brandon Lake HELP! [Tribl]
Crystal Lewis Together We Can (independent)
Local Sound To the King - EP [Integrity]
Various Artists Centricity Worship And Friends - EP [Centricity Worship]
Vineyard Worship Breathe In, Sing Out - EP [Integrity]

SINGLES
Andy Hunter Hallowed (feat. Hanna Glover) - Single (independent)
Sandra McCracken I Will Sing - Single [Integrity]


Next Friday, May 20, 2022
ALBUMS
Bryan & Katie Torwalt I've Got Good News [Capitol CMG]
Amanda Cook State of the Union [Provident]
DeGarmo and Key No Turning Back Live (1982) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key Mission of Mercy (1983) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key Communication (1984) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key Commander Sozo (1985) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key Streetlight (1986) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key D&K (1987) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
DeGarmo and Key The Pledge (1989) [Remastered] CD [Girder]
Gateway Worship Español Grande Y Fiel (Great And Faithful) [Gateway/Integrity]
Watashi Wa People Like People [Tooth & Nail]

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