verse 1 C Dm Don't ask me to explain to you how one could start again, F G C Or hardened hearts could soften like a child. C Dm Don't ask me how to reason out the mysteries of life, F G C Or how to face it's problems with a smile.verse 2 C Dm Don't ask me how to prove to you why I know God is there, F G C Or how I know that He would care for you. C Dm And don't ask me why Someone so great would chose to walk with me F G C And trade my broken life for one that's new.C Am Go ask the man who's found the way through tangled roads back home to stay F C When all communications were destroyed. C Am Go ask the child who's walking now who once was crippled, and then somehow D7 G G7 Her useless legs were made to jump for joy. C Am Go ask the one who's burned out mind has been restored; I think you'll find F C The question's not important as before. F C A7 Dm Don't ask me if He's good or bad; I only know the guilt I had is gone, G C And I can't tell you any more.Repeat F C A7 Oh no, I don't pretend to be so wise; I only know He touched my eyes, Dm G C And nothing else will ever be the same.C Am Go ask the child who's got a dad to love away the hurt he had F C Before this man called Jesus touched their lives. C Am Go ask the one whose fears have fled, whose churning heart was quieted D7 G G7 When Someone whispered peace to all her strife. C Am Go ask the man to tell you more whose life was just a raging war F C Inside himself self until the Savior came. F C A7 I don't pretend to be so wise; I only know He touched my eyes, Dm G C And nothing else will ever be the same.