Big Daddy Weave is a great Christian band that I really got in to years ago because of their version of “Let It Rise,” the first track on Every Time I Breathe. The second to last song on the album is “Who You Are To Me,” a song that speaks from the POV of God attempting to somehow convince His child that he is worth so much more, and that the child would only understand if He could show the child “who you are to me.”

It’s a great song no matter your belief, but I love this first line because, besides the Christian Truth (big “T”), it has a lot of secular truth to it as well. Every time this song comes on, I sort of stop listening after this line because it’s so profound. Anyway, I thought I’d share.