Sarah Jo was a seven-year-old way back in '91
A beautiful kid, just as innocent as the little girl she was
With ribbons flowing from her bike, the apple of her daddy's eye
Oh Sarah Jo, where did they go, all those happy times?
Now the makeup covers all your wounds, and your clothes don't cover much of you
Many nights with many guys, but you've never once been satisfied
Oh, Sarah Jo, if you had known how mean the years would be
They took your pride, your joy in life and never filled your needs
Sarah, come and walk with me, I'll show you the girl you're supposed to be
With a purpose in life and an innocent smile
Look at me with softer eyes, a brand new start, your chin up high
Not worn by the world, you're still God's little girl
Oh, my my, how time can fly, you've lost the years you had
So much has changed but grace remains, and your past is just that
Oh, Sarah Jo, you should know how it feels to be free
Unlock your chains and change your name, and then come and dance with me
Saved by grace, amazing grace! Now you'll never be the same
Angels dance in jubilee, oh Sarah, come with me...
Sarah, come and show your face and know no sin can cover grace
'Cause His mercies restore and what's done is no more
Sarah, come now, wearing white, standing tall, a blameless bride
Not judged by the world, 'cause you're still God's little girl...