Anthony Gibbs

Anthony Gibbs

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Pop - General | Peterborough, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 270   
Member Since: 2011
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Plays:

20

Song Description

When mourning the loss of a loved one, there is the hope that you will meet them again and in the meantime they can give you the strength to carry on

Story Behind the Song

Following the death of his mother, the composer wrote this song which helped him and it is hoped will help others in a similar place. This inspirational song is performed by The Chivenor Military Wives, the original choir formed by Gareth Malone during the BBC show 'The Choir'

Lyrics

She'll always be with you
Not a day goes by
When you won't think of her
She knows the tears you'll cry
But hope is everything
And life it must go on
Remember what she said
That love is in your song

You must be strong
And carry on
You have a voice
And have no choice
Life is short
And must be fought
You have a song
No right or wrong
You must be strong

You must do good
It's in your blood
You have a cause
So open doors
Light a fuse
Put on your shoes
No right or wrong
Go sing your song
You must be strong

Somewhere down the line you will meet me
And know that this was always meant to be
So lift your head up wipe away your tears
Don't waste these years
You must be strong

For somewhere down the line you will meet me
And know that this was always meant to be
So lift your head up wipe away those tears
Don't waste these years
You must be strong

And carry on
You have a voice
And have a choice
Life is sort
And must be fought
You have a song
No right or wrong
You must be strong

You must be strong
You must be strong

Song Length
3:33
Genres
Classical - General, Unique - Unclassified
Lead Vocal
Other
Moods
Serene, Poignant

Subject Matter
Sadness, Encouragement

Similar Artists
BBC Philharmonic Choir, The Military Wives
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Stuart Brayson
Music Credits Stuart Brayson
Producer Credits Graeme Duffin and Anthony Gibbs
Performance Credits The Chivenor Military Wives
Label Credits Anthony Gibbs