Official Audio Video for “Can’t Live Without You” by Sean Curran Listen to the All Of Us (All Praise) EP here: Subscribe to Sean’s Channel: Follow Sean: Facebook: Instagram: Check out other videos: Sean Curran - The Great Migration (Official Lyric Video) - Sean Curran - Live Again (Official Lyric Video) - LYRICS In the beginning, before the start Was there an aching inside Your heart? Was the love that You felt too great to just keep to Yourself? You called it good, You called us human Made in Your image, made for communion When You breathed into dust, You put more than wind in our lungs I can’t live without You I can’t live without You The closer I get, the closer I want to be I can’t live without You I can’t live without You The deeper I go, the deeper You’re calling me There in the garden, walking with You No space between us, nothing to prove But I started dying when I started hiding my face You knew the story, you had a plan You knew the fallout was not the end And death was made silent, when You came up out of that grave You’re bringing us back to the garden You’re bringing us back to Your heart again -- Sean Curran is a vital part of Passion and sixstepsrecords/Capitol Christian Music Group as a worship leader and songwriter. His first solo EP, Bigger Than I Thought, releases in June of 2019. Since 2017, Curran has been part of leading worship at Passion Conference and is featured on Passion albums, including: Follow You Anywhere, Whole Heart, and Worthy of Your Name. He is a writer on songs such as “Bigger than I Thought,” “Whole Heart,” “Glorious Day,” and “Step Into the Light”-- a song that arrested the attention of over 40,000 college students with much anticipation and conversation after it debuted live at Passion 2019. Curran composes in such a way that his songs exist as invitations to enter into a conversation with a loving Father. A former member of Billboard chart-ranking band Bellarive, Curran’s eclectic style of worship helps to usher others toward the journey God desires for them. Curran lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Natalia. The two call Passion City Church home. For more information, visit