I Believe In You

- They ask me how I feel,

  and if my love is real,

  and how I know I'll make it through,

  and they, they look at me and frown.

  They'd like to drive me from this town.

  They don't want me around,

  because I believe in you.

- They show me to the door.

  They say don't come back no more

  because I don't be like they'd like me to,

  and I, I walk out on my own,

  a thousand miles from home,

  but I don't feel alone,

  because I believe in you.

- I believe in you,

  even through the tears and the laughter.

  I believe in you,

  even when we're torn apart.

  I believe in you,

  even though I'd be outnumbered.

  Oh, when the dawn is nearing,

  Oh, when the night is disappearing,

  Oh, this feeling is still here in my heart.


  • orchidee

    A fine write Forever.

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