I'm generally not a fan of recent worship music contributions, but this one's fine. I'm not sure what they mean by "You surround me with a song of deliverance from my enemies", so I've told myself a story about how it refers to the author's drug habit, which he's trying to kick, and therefore deliverance from that enemy is very much something to sing about (like I said, I'm making this up, in order to make such a lyric palatable). That's all beside the point actually, because we only sang the chorus of the song, which I find extremely compelling. "I'm no longer a slave to fear; I am a child of God."
I changed the word fear to as many other "enemies" and things to create or sustain bondage that I could think of. So it went like this: