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Michael W. Smith – All You’re Missin’ Is a Heartache


Introducing the remarkable musical creation “All You’re Missin’ Is a Heartache” by the gifted American gospel singer, Michael W. Smith. This captivating song is part of his album titled “I 2 (Eye)”.

In the year 1986, the sensational gospel icon, Michael W. Smith, released the enchanting track named “All You’re Missin’ Is a Heartache,” delighting his devoted fanbase. As a must-listen for all lovers of gospel music, this song showcases Smith’s extraordinary talent.

Throughout his career, Michael W. Smith has garnered numerous prestigious awards, solidifying his status as an icon in the industry. “All You’re Missin’ Is a Heartache” stands as one of his hit songs, receiving widespread acclaim and contributing to his remarkable collection of accolades.

Michael Whitaker Smith, known as Michael W. Smith, is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Born on October 7, 1957, in Kenova, West Virginia, Smith has become one of the most influential figures in contemporary Christian music. He began his musical journey at a young age, playing piano and writing songs.

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All You’re Missin’ Is a Heartache Lyrics By Michael W. Smith

It’s over the line – a shadow of doubt
From outside looking at the “In Crowd”
(Tempting voices are calling you)
They look mighty fine – a sight to behold
But all that glitters is not gold
(Still those voices are calling you)

All your missin’ is a heartache
A disillusion for a keepsake
A life of living with your own mistake
All you’re missin’ in a heartache

The water is high – you’re out on a limb
Well, if you take the fall then it’s “sink or swim”
(Clouds of reason will follow you)
You’re kissing the dark
You’re courting your pride
You wonder is it greater on the other side
(But they have nothing to offer you)