1 I come to You and open wide My mouth, so You can fill it full. How rich, dear Lord, You are to me, All else is naught but vanity. How rich You are, the fountainhead With living water flowing free. No other drink could quench my thirst Nor shine in me so radiantly.
So fill me, Lord and fill me now. I need You, Lord and all You are To spread into my deepest part And make Your home in all my heart.
2 The hungry ones You fill with good, The poor in spirit You reward. As I partake of You as food, Do cleanse away all dead things stored. I eat You and I’m satisfied. No other food for me will do. I’ve tasted, Lord, that You are good. I live my life with this in view.