Rob Mears / Flash-Traffic

Rob Mears / Flash-Traffic

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Rock - General | Shreveport, Louisiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 198   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Finding resolution and hope in the face of adversity. Trusting in love.

Lyrics

And I?ll rise out from under this doom. Sure ain?t the first it?s tried to kill me.
How much more could it take to lift a hand over and seize some truths where so many lay dying?
And trust myself to hold it steady with the times turning so trying?

I?m on my way, though tomorrow won?t hear me
Still it speaks so dearly of trusting today
I?m on my way, though my sorrows & pain still betray as I look back again
Still they speak so dearly of trusting today
The very time that binds me could further me away

So straight ahead me and my heavy heart of gold, still trying to put it all behind me
Knowing it?s all you?ve got finding some kind of faith that delivers;
a higher hope to intertwine some belief through myself when the days hit harder
The distance holds me all torn in its throws; still the righteous labor love gets me one step farther

I?m on my way, though tomorrow won?t hear me
Still it speaks so dearly of trusting today
I?m on my way, though tomorrow won?t hear me; the very time may forgive me and further me away

Song Length
4:18
Genres
Rock - General, Pop - Rock
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Determination, Hope


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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