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Chain Breaker

Author: Zach Williams

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Author: Jonathan Smith

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Author: Mia Fieldes

Mia Fieldes is a songwriter from Sydney, Australia. She was involved with the worship team at Hillsong Church and recorded with Hillsong United and Hillsong Live. She now lives in Nashville and is worship leader at The Belonging Co. Dianne Shapiro, from www.miafieldesmusic.com/about-mia, accessed 3/10/2017 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: If you've been walking the same old road for miles and miles
Title: Chain Breaker
Author: Zach Williams
Author: Jonathan Smith
Author: Mia Fieldes
Language: English
Refrain First Line: If you've got pain, He's a pain taker
Copyright: © 2015 Anthems of Hope, Be Essential Songs, Not Just Another Song Publishing, So Essential Tunes, Upside Down Under, Wisteria Drive (admin. Essential Music Publishing, Inc.)

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